One Day Stand as an object affirms the human nature which brings laziness in front of the order and aesthetics. Clothes we have worn once is left abandoned at the path between the wardrobe and laundry machine. It isn't clean enough to find its place in the wardrobe again, nor dirty enough to stand in the queue for washing. So the clothes start to gather like the parasites in the symbiotic relationships with the chairs, sofas or ironing boards, until they are finally destroyed by our cathartic decision to bring the order into our living space. This utilitarian sculpture is the homage to all the chairs which have gone under the abandoned clothes.
Materials: powder coated metal, oil finished oak wood. Product is manufactured by the local artisans.
Dutch Design Week 2016 / Piet Hein Eek Venue (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Young Balkan Designers 2016 (Belgrade, Serbia)
Zagreb Design Week 2016 (Zagreb, Croatia)
Photography: Marija Gašparović
Small scale wire model / April 2015