The concept behind ODDSSON and ODDSSON by Döðlur is contrast—taking different extremes and mixing them together. Concept and all design is by Döðlur in close collaboration with Stáss architects, ODDSSON’s owners Margrét Ásgeirsdóttir and Arnar Gunnlaugsson, architects Jakob Jakobsson, Eiríkur Lumex, Steve Róberts and DK húsgögn  The ODDSSON chair: It's simple: curved pipe construction draped with fabric. The colour palette, the pipe and upholstery are carefully selected to compliment each other and place it uniquely in it's surroundings. Designed by Döðlur in collaboration with Stáss architects.
       
     
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 The concept behind ODDSSON and ODDSSON by Döðlur is contrast—taking different extremes and mixing them together. Concept and all design is by Döðlur in close collaboration with Stáss architects, ODDSSON’s owners Margrét Ásgeirsdóttir and Arnar Gunnlaugsson, architects Jakob Jakobsson, Eiríkur Lumex, Steve Róberts and DK húsgögn  The ODDSSON chair: It's simple: curved pipe construction draped with fabric. The colour palette, the pipe and upholstery are carefully selected to compliment each other and place it uniquely in it's surroundings. Designed by Döðlur in collaboration with Stáss architects.
       
     

The concept behind ODDSSON and ODDSSON by Döðlur is contrast—taking different extremes and mixing them together. Concept and all design is by Döðlur in close collaboration with Stáss architects, ODDSSON’s owners Margrét Ásgeirsdóttir and Arnar Gunnlaugsson, architects Jakob Jakobsson, Eiríkur Lumex, Steve Róberts and DK húsgögn

The ODDSSON chair:
It's simple: curved pipe construction draped with fabric. The colour palette, the pipe and upholstery are carefully selected to compliment each other and place it uniquely in it's surroundings. Designed by Döðlur in collaboration with Stáss architects.

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