Looking through the work of Edward Hopper, Jim Jarmush, Wim Wenders or even John Register, an immersive conceptual and visual study has led Morgane Roux from Atelier Aveus to design a collection of furniture based on the wait.
This collection focuses on the theme of the wait as an introspective condition that has its own aesthetic and visual codes.
Feelings triggered by the wait such as contemplation, passivity, and distortion of time and, are translated into three pieces of furniture: the room divider, the waiting sofa, and the wall lamp and its infinite reflexion of light.
These highly narrative imagery have been made by Six N. Five in order to present each piece of the collection, into poetic scenarios. Mixing strange architectural configurations, soft colors and symbolic objects, these visuals represent emotional sanctuaries for those who have, failed to find their home in the ordinary world, waiting for something to happen.