André Teoman

What can I say about my design style... I don’t believe in the unity of the “true, the good and the beautiful”, that aesthetically valuable and quality-conscious design will make us better people, as bauhaus or the werkbund once proclaimed, instead I try to create my own world with wicked things and to turn them into a symbolization of distinctive taste and humor. and to the production of these ideas creating preservations of artisanal craftsmanship is a mission, and a desire to join the best craftsmanship with other great techniques that are being forgotten around the world.
Ceiling Lamp by André Teoman

Chartres Ceiling Lamp by André Teoman André Teoman was inspired by the technique used in the antique stained glass motifs of cathedrals. With Chartres he re-creates a new visual identity to the technique without religious motifs. With funny and ironic representations of a circle of life on earth in 6 chapters, it gives you a magical environment when turned on. With 6 different glass colors it re-creates how lightning should make you fell. More than just illuminating your needs, it fulfills a new emotional aspect for your home. Also the importance of the hand work in this piece was a major concern to create local sustainability.

Table by André Teoman

Kaleidoscope Table by André Teoman The ‘Kaleidoscope’ table’s surface bursts in an rainbow of fractured, reflected light. modeled after handheld kaleidoscopes, André Teoman studio adapted the technology to function within various domestic settings. Made to excite an otherwise boring conference, or to create a magical ambience at the dinner table, ‘kaleidoscope’ is a beacon for attention. The main structure is made of cherry wood with varnished finishing. The table legs can be made in brass, copper, aluminum or other RAL lacquers and are attached post-shipping, allowing for flat-pack and easy interchanging by users.

Sidetable by André Teoman

Kandinsky Sidetable by André Teoman The marble tops of exotic origins make the most of the stones used in architectural projects and applied in this collection for maximum usage and less waste. The base in both versions gives a futuristic sensation of lightness in accordance with the brand's DNA. That combined with simple geometric shapes bring to life a product that is defined with a eco friendly point of view without neglecting the looks of the final product.

Dining Table by André Teoman

Sputnik Dining Table by André Teoman The table base is made of brass and stainless steel joined in a way that combines both technology and craftsmanship. The symbiosis involved in the production of the base can be compared to high scale jewellery made to merge two different types of finishes to a marble top. The tops are made of marble stones imported from all around the world. More than just a table Sputnik it's a statement piece, made to impose a message of futuristic sight, giving the emotional aspect of it has much importance has its function.

Corporate Identity by André Teoman

Oia Corporate Identity by André Teoman Before even started sketching or changing name ideas, a visual mood board of futuristic references allied to minimalistic examples was built. That was the backbone of the entire project. It had to be a duo-syllable name and shouldn't be a descriptive word. It was the intention of the client to internationalise the brand so it had to be easily remembered by any culture in the world. It should just sound like a futuristic language. The logo and corporate identity were made to work as a visual system that would adapt to different communication factors and reflect this futuristic universe.

Contact Info

André Teoman
Rua José Espregueira, nº12 - 1º Esq
Viana do Castelo
4900-459
P: +351965833384
F: +351965833384

André Teoman is IDC member since 2016, with 10129 IDC rating.
 
 
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