Lunettes Selection, West Berlin

The interior for Lunettes Selection gives centre stage to craftmanship and vintage design through a limited palette and daring details. The pastel green pharmacy cabinet is the architectural heart of the store, covering the entire back wall that leads down into the level below. 375 drawers have been assembled from reclaimed 1960s tool drawers, citing Bleibtreustraße’s century-long history of craftmanship. At once hyper-modern and celebrating the lasting value of classic furniture pieces, the store is the ideal new home for an independent label that specialises in vintage as well as contemporary eyewear from its own collection. Photography by  Jacques Nguyen

“Blue has no Dimension, it is beyond Dimension”

Yves Klein

Lunettes Kollektion, Berlin Mitte

To celebrate 10 years of Lunettes Kollektion's unique vision, OKS transformed their Torstrasse Showroom into a Wunderkammer – a cabinet of wonders and curiosities. Working from a palette of majorelle blue and cool shades of classic moroccan tiles, OKS designed a vivid ultramarine backdrop for showcasing a decade of creations. Completed in 2016. Photography by Katrin Greiner

Mews, London Headquaters

2018 - OKS completed the design of Mews new Headquarters in Londons Southwark neighborhood. With the design of the new office, we created a professional work environment with a laid back atmosphere that reflects Mews young and innovative company culture. Working within an open floor plan, the challenged was to provide work spaces for the individual employees, alongside private meeting spaces and a full kitchen.

Eden Cliff Resort

2016 - Ongoing project, further information to follow. Luxury resort Masterplan,
Architecture & Interior

Mirror Penthouse, Berlin

A radical concept for a residential penthouse in Berlin. The beating heart of this project was the conceptual ambition of creating an inserted, mirrored object, which developed into a new surface logic. A gliding, gentle continuity brings you from space to space, travelling by way of the chosen material. An encounter with Loosian sensuality and the mirror’s long history of associations with myth and magic. A notion of the unnatural and the sinful, of the mirror as feeding and distorting identities. Completed in 2015. Photography by Gerrit Engel

Below: OKS commissioned a mural by japanese light artist Takehito Koganezawa.

Hardturmpark, Zurich

Penthouse, Zürich 2015 

© Oskar Kohnen Studio, 2019