Object

Five separate blocks of brass, corian, glass, oak and Swedish marble are combined into a unit that opens to all four sides. Drawers, doors and transparent display make it possible to store a wide range of items.

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240000 kr

Description

The Object storage unit originates in an investigation of the combination and separation of various raw materials; a reaction to modern day items where composites and compounds hide the nature of the pure material.

Five separate blocks of brass, corian, glass, oak and Swedish marble are combined into a unit that opens to all four sides. Drawers, doors and transparent display make it possible to store a wide range of items.

Theselius/Roth call the unit A Poetry in Steel, Glass, Stone, Wood and Plastic. Mats Theselius says “Mies talked about poetry in steel, glass and concrete. We have added wood and plastic to make the picture complete.”

Manufactured in Sweden.

Details

Design: Mats Theselius, Andreas Roth

Awards: Winner of Wallpaper Design Awards

Material: Marble, brass, corian, glass, oak

Dimensions (mm): Height 900, width 1400, depth 1000, weight 250 kg

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Inspiration

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Copenhagen city guide

Minus tio in Wallpaper* Copenhagen city guide

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Minus tio is featured in the 2016 Copenhagen city guide by Wallpaper purchasable in print or digital here. At this years Wallpaper* Design Awards Copenhagen was nominated ‘Best City’.

Object

at Vandalorum

The Object

Mats Theselius

The exhibition “The Universe of Mats Theselius” which has been shown at Vandalorum during the summer recently came to an end. With a record number of visitors it has been a great success and we are glad to show some of the contributions Minus tio accounted for; The Object, The Billboard and Twenty Four Hours designed by Mats Theselius together with Andreas Roth.

The Universe of Mats Theselius

at Vandalorum

The Oject, Billboard and Twenty Four Hours

Mats Theselius. Photo by John Nelander.

From 15th of June to 22nd of September Vandalorum shows “The Universe of Mats Theselius”, one of the most comprehensive retrospective exhibitions of the designer to date. A large selection of his furniture, including The Object, The Billboard and Twenty Four Hours done in collaboration with Andreas Roth for Minus tio, is shown together with numerous inspirational objects that he references in his work. The inspirational objects, consisting of everything from books and toys to drums, kitchen accessories and other everyday objects comes from the designers private collection and has throughout the years acted as a source of ideas for his many projects. Photo by John Nelander.

Furniture of the year

The Object nominated for furniture of the year

Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth for Minus tio

The Object is nominated piece of furniture 2011 by the Swedish magazine Sköna hem. The winner will be announced in the next issue of the magazine which will be out on the 17th of March. Read as pdf. In Swedish only.

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2011

The Object winner of Wallpaper* Design Awards 2011

Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth for Minus tio

The Object from minus tio designed by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth is named one of the winners of Wallpaper Design Awards 2011. Read more about it in the February issue of Wallpaper magazine.

The Object

in Milan special

The Object

Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth for Minus tio

Italian daily paper City published a design special during the furniture fair in Milan, Italy. The storage unit Object from minus tio is represented with comments, in Italian, by designer Mats Theselius. In Italian only. Read as pdf.

Images

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth

The Object storage unit by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth