OKHA’s Sculpted Forms Collection Showcased at Milan Design Week

WORDS Gina Dionisio PHOTOS Piergiorgio Sorgetti 

Complimenting ARRCC’s design for the Architectural Scenarios exhibition at Milan Design Week 2024, OKHA Design Studio showcased a collection of sculptural furniture pieces.

OHKA’s Sculpted Forms Collection, comprised of the Repose Chaise, Reposer Armchair and Cut Forms side tables, formed a sophisticated hybrid seating area complimenting ARRCC‘s luxurious Valcucine kitchen setting for Milan Design Week 2024.

Newly launched, the Reposer Armchair continues the aesthetic mandate begun by OKHA‘s Repose collection of seating. Designed with comfort in mind, the Reposer’s asymmetrical form is naturally versatile, encouraging a formal freedom of arrangement that suits the dynamic requirements of contemporary living spaces.

OKHA Sculpted Forms
Counter seats and dining chairs in OHKA’s signature pragmatic and poetic design codes complete the picture of individuated design.

Both feminine and futuristic in feel, the Reposer’s composition of curvy forms, colour nuances, and asymmetry is a subtle nod to the retro-modern mood of sophisticated lounge culture.

The electropolished metallic finish of the Cut Forms sides tables transcends time and place. Made from polished steel, the tables are an ode to positive and negative space. To create Cut Forms, OKHA Creative Director Adam Court coaxed a new totemic, futuristic and reorganised mass by cutting away at the rectangular block.

“This is not about destroying one form to make it speak but creating a new form with another language,” says Adam.

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