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Designer Odd Matter

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Walden represents a desire for independence. By observing our surroundings, discovering what they have to offer, experimenting with the resources available, one can find new possibilities to make what is necessary and desirable. In this shift of observation and opportunity we find materials that may not be an obvious choice but are however capable of providing solutions for both function and expression.

Odd Matter focused their attention on one of the first materials to be used for making and building: mud. More commonly seen as a nuisance (and the reason why streets are paved), it can be a luxury used to indulge the body when in a spa, mud is useful in architecture, and perfectly normal when encountered in the countryside or in a forest. Using mud, Odd Matter have made planters: using soil to contain soil; from earth comes life.

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ODD MATTER is a design studio driven by curiosity for all the strange and wonderful. Researching, probing, creating and exploring our world's past, present and future through its materials, processes and concepts. The studio believes that by working with existing processes and notions, researching these from a different more naive perspective a different kind of products can be created. Unique and specific to the place they originate from. Odd matter are Dutch native Els Woldhek and Bulgarian Georgi Manassiev. They met whilst undertaking their MA studies in the Design Products department at The Royal College of Art. The pairs common interest in the borders of creation, process and material has put them on a shared path. One that operates across a wide range of disciplines and seeks to work with existing industries to create products, interiors, concepts or unique commissions more true and telling of their creation and 'will'.

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