The Urban Character 2017 Campaign By Objekte Unserer Tage

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Passionate about creating meaningful designs that blend craftsmanship, function and form, German design studio Objekte Unserer Tage recently unveiled a 2017 campaign that perfectly represents the soul of the brand. The Urban Character campaign features a range of products – both old and new – arranged in beautiful ‘still life’ compositions. The setting? Three Berlin apartments that capture the character of the city and its distinctive charm.

Among the designs, the brand included the classic Fischer shelving system as well as brand-new products – the Schulz stool and the Neumann side table. All of them handmade and manufactured in Germany. Shot in stunning living spaces, the images create a striking play between furniture, interior design and architectural elements. The apartments range from ultra-modern with gray concrete surfaces and minimal décor to a home in a historic printing house building with high ceilings and original stucco details. Ultimately, the campaign becomes not only a creative showroom for gorgeous designs, but also acts as a love poem to Berlin. Photography by Anne Deppe.

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