Undefined Objects Encourage Household Improvisation

Undefined Objects Encourage Household Improvisation
Design & Architecture

Romin Heide's system of containers promotes creativity and innovation for common household needs.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 21 january 2011


With the aim of inspiring improvisation among households, Romin Heide showcases a group of objects that do not have a specific purpose but can all be used for a variety of household purposes, whether as a food container in the kitchen or tableware for the living room, among others. From the creator:

“The objects can be stacked and assembled in a very simple and intuitive way. Doing this they gain different meanings and possibilities of using them. The material has strong influence on the way objects are perceived. For this reason various different materials were chosen: glass – clear and tinted, polished aluminium, anodized aluminium, powdercoated steel, ash wood, white plastic, stoneware and papier mâché.”

Romin Heide

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