New OCO ODO deck chair TEASER VIDEO:
OCO ODO @ imm cologne: 15. – 21.01.2018
VISION MEETS MARKET – The innovative OCO ODO deck chair was presented to the public for the first time at imm cologne 2018.
OCO ODO is grateful for the positive feedback and the great interest expressed.
OCO ODO @ imm cologne: 15. – 21.01.2018
OCO ODO presents new and innovative outdoor furniture at the imm cologne 2018, the international interiors show in Cologne.
Visit us: imm cologne 2018, PURE STUDIOS – Hall 3.1, Stand E 25
The new, foldable and portable OCO ODO deck chair is presented in a timeless round design and it impresses with various innovative solutions in terms of the unique possibility to fold and to store, the ergonomic seat comfort, the sun and weather protection and in addition, a visual protection for a desired privacy.
Further special features of this product are the selected materials and the construction, which enables a fast and optimized production. The deck chair is aimed primarily at the outdoor area for hotels, beach bars and beach clubs, cruise ships, but also for private customers. This new type of deck chair can also be used as an indoor version, especially for large rooms like hotel lobbies, company communal rooms, wellness areas and spa resorts. Because of the individually adjustable and remarkable round protection, the deckchair creates soothing comfort and private resting zones.
The new folding mechanisms are specially developed for the deck chair and are already protected by the “German Patent and Trademark Office” (DPMA). The design is protected by the EUIPO.
After more than three years of designing and prototyping the architect and designer OCO ODO is proud to present the prototype of his deck chair at the imm cologne 2018 for the first time in public.
Der neuartige OCO ODO deck chair präsentiert sich in zeitlosem runden Design und besticht mit diversen innovativen Lösungen hinsichtlich Klapp- und Verstaubarkeit, ergonomischem Sitzkomfort, Sonnen-, Witterungs- und Sichtschutz.
Eine weitere Besonderheit sind die ausgesuchten Materialien und die Konstruktion, die darüber hinaus eine schnelle und optimierte Herstellung ermöglichen.
Das Möbelstück zielt in erster Linie auf den Outdoor-Bereich für Hotels, Strandbars und -Clubs, Kreuzfahrtschiffe, aber auch auf den privaten Käufer ab.
Er ist zudem auch sehr gut als Indoor-Variante denkbar: vor allem in größeren Räumen wie z.B. in Hotellobbys, Firmengemeinschaftsräumen und in Wellness-Bereichen erzeugt der Stuhl – dank seines speziellen und individuell einstellbaren Sichtschutzes – private Ruhe- und beruhigende Komfortzonen.
Die eigens für den deck chair entwickelten Klapp- und Falt-Mechanismen sind durch das Deutsche Patent- und Markenamt geschützt, das Design durch das EUIPO.
Nach mehr als 3 Jahren für Entwurf und Entwicklung, freut sich der Architekt und Designer OCO ODO auf der imm cologne 2018 seine deck chair Prototypen zum ersten Mal der Öffentlichkeit präsentieren zu dürfen.
La “deck chair”, che si caratterizza per l’originalità, per la possibilità di essere ripiegabile e anche per leggerezza nel trasporto, si presenta nella sua forma rotonda in un design sempre attuale e sempre valido. Essa infatti non solo conquista con diverse soluzioni innovative relative alla possibilità, nonostante la forma rotonda, di chiuderla e quindi di stivarla con altre sedie, ma offre anche un ottimale comfort ergonomico a chi sta seduto. La copertura rotonda, regolabile e chiudibile, assicura protezione contro il sole, il vento e gli sguardi degli estranei, creando una zona in cui la sfera privata viene protetta.
Particolare valore si è dato alla scelta dei materiali e alla tecnica costruttiva, che permette una realizzazione ottimizzata in tempi veloci.
Questo mobile è particolarmente pensato per il settore “outdoor” per hotels, ditte, luoghi di ristoro e locali sulla spiaggia o attorno a piscine, parchi per alberghi, clubs e resorts, navi da crociera, come pure per la clientela privata.
La sua utilizzazione è anche ottima nella versione “indoor”: specialmente in locali più grandi come “lobbies” di hotels, stanze comuni in ditte o nelle strutture specializzate in “wellness” o Spa. Questa sedia, proprio grazie alla sua forma e alla sua speciale copertura regolabile è infatti ideale per offrire protezione a chi desidera tranquillità nelle zone in cui questa è richiesta.
Nei periodi in cui essa non venga utilizzata questa sedia può essere ripiegata come una qualunque sedia a sdraio e quindi stipata, occupando pochissimo spazio.
I meccanismi che permettono di chiudere e ripiegare la sedia sono stati creati appositamente per quest’oggetto e sono protetti dal “Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt” (“DPMA”, Ufficio Brevetti e Marchi Tedesco), il design è depositato presso l’EUIPO.
Dopo più di tre anni dedicati alla progettazione e realizzazione l’architetto e designer OCO ODO ha il piacere di presentare per la prima volta al pubblico della imm cologne 2018 i prototipi della sua “deck chair”.
OCO ODO for TCHIBO; Release Mai 2014
Runde Gießkanne für den Wohnbereich:
Produktdetails: Lackiertes Metall. Farbe: Weiß
OCO ODO for TCHIBO; Release September 2013
TCHIBO – Themenwelt 2013 “Wohnen und Dekorieren”: “Gießkanne Living”
Produktdetails: Die kleine und handliche Gießkanne (Füllmenge ca. 1,8l) eignet sich für den Wohn- und Arbeitsbereich. Das schlichte Design integriert sich dezent in den Raum.
Griff und Tülle sind teils achsensymmetrisch zur vertikalen Mittelachse des Füllkörpers. Die klaren geometrischen Formen von Griff, Tülle und Füllkörper sorgen für schlichte Eleganz. Gespiegelt ergibt sich eine Herzform.
Die Giesskanne HEART ist aus pulverbeschichtetem Metall. Griff und Tülle sind aus einem durchgehenden Rundrohr geformt und somit sehr stabil. Im Innenbereich des Füllkörpers dringt das Wasser der Giesskanne durch eine partielle Perforierung des Metalls in das Rundrohr.
Ca. 1,8 l
OCO ODO for TCHIBO; Release June 2013
Produktdetails: CDs und andere Utensilien ordentlich und griffbereit aufbewahrt. Steckfächer für bis zu 10 CDs. 1 Meshfach zum Aufbewahren von z.B. einem Einkaufswagenchip. Elastische Gummibänder zum Fixieren von Kleingegenständen. Mit großem Glas-Spiegel. Einfach per Klettverschluss an der Sonnenblende zu befestigen.
Ca. 32 x 15 cm
OCO ODO for TCHIBO; Release June 2013
Produktdetails: Geordnete Aufbewahrung von Kleinutensilien – bietet zusätzlich Platz für 1 Taschentuchbox. Herausnehmbares Trennfach mit Unterteilung – mit Klettbefestigung. Öffnung zur Taschentuchentnahme an der Vorderseite – geeignet für handelsübliche Taschentuchboxen. Deckel mit Klettverschluss. Mit 2 Schlaufen am mittleren Gurt fixierbar. Bei Nichtgebrauch platzsparend zusammenfaltbar und verstaubar. Innenseite feucht abwischbar.
Ca. 40 x 16 x 24 cm
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Delfino – SparkAwards Finalist 2012
name of design : delfino – mobile medical facility
design by : OCO ODO + Mae Seetha Dauth
“Delfino” is an emergency rescue boat for water cities, as a necessary precautionary addition to the fleet of emergency medical services in urban areas, in light of climate change and the damages caused by frequent natural disasters.
The rescue craft revolutionizes treatment on an aquatic mobile emergency unit, through a height adjustable cabin top and incorporation of careful ergonomics with highly efficient and considered detailing and precise zoning of storage and patient care space, whilst paying special attention to hygiene.
The simple and sleek design, with strategically placed medical crosses for identification, defines the external appearance, reinforcing stability, security and speed. The interior provides a positive and calming environment with copious natural lighting and concealed medical equipment optimizing the patient’s well-being.
“Delfino” is an emergency rescue boat for water cities, as a necessary addition to the fleet of land-based and airborne emergency medical services in urban areas. Such precautions become a necessity in light of climate change and frequent natural disasters, whose damages often demonstrate constraints of urban infrastructure, leaving street and air traffic unusable for rescue missions.
Generally, medical boats are used for the rescue of persons on the open water near cities, and not for rescue in urban areas itself. The only exception is Venice (Italy) – the city on water.
To assure a comprehensive design of such a vessel for assignments in urban areas, the rescue boat “Delfino” was adapted to the challenging conditions of the water city, with input from the paramedics at the Venetian hospital „Ss. Giovanni e Paolo“.
Venice has special challenges for boat designers such as low bridges, narrow canals, sharp chop waves caused by passing crafts and water level discrepancies of up to one meter. There is the need to make in water rescues, as well as load and offload injured or disabled patients to and from a rolling boat or quayside. The rescue boats need to be suitable for driving in the canals, as well as on open sea.
A simple and sleek design reinforcing stability, security and speed, defines the external appearance of the boat.
A half planing hull provides a stable and smooth ride while maintaining agility and maximizing carrying capacity. A jet engine minimizes draught. The superstructure is made of a carbon frame to which black glass panels are glued to protect the patient’s privacy, illuminating the surgery with natural light. The external paint finish is a combination of light and dark metallic grey with strategic placement of a typically Venetian yellow rescue cross as the symbol of recognition on the roof and sides of the boat. The emergency lights form a continuous line at the edge of the roof and cabin’s sides.
We included a hydraulically controlled raising and lowering system for the cabin top and determined three heights based on detailed studies of the existing bridges and varying water levels due to the tides, hereby catering to the specific needs of Venice. Generally, the boat has a cabin height of 1.6m. At 1.8m it is at its maximum, thus allowing doctors and paramedics to treat the patient in a standing position whilst braced against the sides of the cabin interior. The cabin lowers to 1.4m to enable the boat to pass under low bridges. The paramedics must then work in a sitting position for the short time the boat is navigating the low bridges.
The interior has the design goal of providing a positive and calming environment to ease stress for the patient. All equipment is concealed from the patient’s view within the cabin’s interior. Simple push/pull mechanisms are used to swing out the required elements. The importance of hygiene was a fundamental issue considered during the development and design process.
Through incorporation of careful ergonomics with highly efficient and considered detailing and precise zoning of storage and patient care space, a rescue craft is created that revolutionizes treatment on a mobile medical facility, within the space limitations dictated by a mobile emergency unit.
From stern to bow, the boat incorporates three areas which have been designed as one continuous space: the loading deck, the patient care area, and the navigation cockpit.
Access to “Delfino” is gained via the 2.5m long loading deck. A loading platform which can be raised and lowered, as well as extended horizontally is integrated into the deck to negotiate the height difference between the quay or intermediate boat and the rescue vessel. Additional manually extractable ship steps guarantee a quick alternative disembarkation possibility. Similar to the rescue equipment they are stored in a compartment which is integrated into the boat’s sides. For water rescue, two automatically retractable boat ladders with hydraulic control are concealed within the deck.
The rescue vessel seats up to five people in the cabin – the driver, two paramedics, a doctor and the patient. At the centre of the cabin is a height adjustable patient care surface with integrated removable stretcher, as is common in most ambulances today. A corridor on either side allows for movement of the paramedics and treatment of the patient.A fixed central console behind the stretcher houses critical medical instruments, control systems and displays within easy reach of the primary paramedic. The console is connected to the cabin roof with its concealed digital displays, medical light and brackets for tubes and cables offering the same functionalities as an immobile treatment room.
Further medical utensils are hidden within a continuous stretch of specially designed storage units at either cabin side. All cabin elements were raised from the deck to avoid contact with dirty water, while at the same time keeping them as low as possible to maximise the feeling of space and natural lighting. The interior cabin elements (except for mechanical controls) are made from powder coated aluminium to reduce weight. Carefully designed logos identify the content of the respective unit. A top operable cabinet allows for minimized cabin width whilst maintaining optimal organization. The cover is angled in the front portion with a strip of padded white leather for the stabilization of paramedics during treatment. It slides open and a push activated hydraulic lifting mechanism raises precisely organized compartments with stainless steel medical bowls of utensils. Five removable rescue units divided into hygiene, respiration, diagnosis, circulation, and medication respectively can be removed for restocking, cleaning and interchange with other medical boats.
Colour coding was used by demarcating unclean floor areas for movement in grey colour and all medical storage and treatment areas in carbon white, symbolizing cleanliness.
theme : designboom competition -design time BREIL-
the next icon in watch culture and design
name of design : 12degree – stainless steel watch
design by : OCO ODO
OCO ODO ist schneeheiss!
designboom competition 2010 -the intelligent hand-
name of design : handmate
design by : OCO ODO + ursula grass
designer’s own words:
hands are our most important and precious tools. unique but multifunctional, hands are the interface between our mental skills and the outside world. they allow us to leave our individual handprint on everything we touch and to sense the handprint of everything around us. so it`s about the input and output that happens at this unique interface: the print of your hand – or your 3d scanned hand, brought by software in the accurate position for the perfect use of a tool of your choice (handhold of a knife, pen, saw etc), cast in high quality steel, polished and chromed, is our statement on how to treat our most valuable unique tools. there`s the need for individual haptic pleasure. to make our own tools use tools perfectly.