Olo Nightstand

by Panorammma Atelier Mexico

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Estimated production time: 5 weeks

Optional stone diffuser: tezontle *Stone pattern and tone are unique for each piece and cannot be guaranteed to match image portrayed.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 35x35x35
Limited Editions Material : Black Marble, Blue Calacite, Green Onyx, Pink Marble, Volcanic stone
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Rings of blue calcite, pink marble, black marble and green onyx tower to create Olo Nightstand by Panorammma Atelier; a piece meticulously hand-sculpted from stones endemic to Mexico. The combination of materials, which reign over the piece’s final appearance, allude to a deep Mexican folklore. The piece draws from different aesthetic references, representative of a syncretic essence in Mexican tradition. Olo nightstand is available with a natural volcanic rock diffuser sphere. Mode of use: Heat stone diffuser and place in Olo’s concave hole. Add 2-3 drops of essential oil.


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Weight 80 kg
Dimensions 45 × 45 × 45 cm
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About the designer

Panorammma is a furniture design atelier based in Mexico City that seeks to redefine our relation to functional objects through experimentations with materials and forms. Functionality becomes a premise for visual narratives and a medium for conceiving new possibilities of living immersed in an aesthetic proposal.

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