5 Objects

William Morris famously observed that you should ‘have nothing in your houses which you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful’. When Objects Work was founded on the principle that everyday domestic objects may be both useful and beautiful and this inaugural collection for
the company was the first of a series of commissions exploring the theme of decorative art as functional equipment for the home. Each of the five pieces — tray, bowl, vase, picture frame and candleholder — is a container of some sort, all are based on pure geometric forms and all explore the interface between contrasting materials.

Project Architect
Stéphane Orsolini

Photography
Richard Davies