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Müsing–sellés between Form and Utility

The Spanish architect Álvaro Gómez-Sellés and Canadian designer Marisa Müsing started in New York in 2018 a design collaboration named müsing–sellés.  As a collaborative, their work focuses on the tangible relationship between form and function in objects, playing with unique material finishes and simplified forms to portray furniture as more personal, design objects that give character to any space.

As a collaborative, their work focuses on the tangible relationship between form and function in objects. By playing with unique material finishes and simplified forms to portray furniture as more personal, design objects that give character to any space.
The studio is interested in exploring and re-interpreting the relationships between form and utility, moving away from expected functionality in everyday objects, and defining domestic spaces by designing through sets. The result? Unusual and irreverent pieces. A futurist vibe in a modern and light environment

Their first furniture collection, set no. 5, was presented for Sight Unseen OFFSITE NYCxDesign, they have since presented work for A/D/O, Salone Satellite Milano, Nomad Circle Venice, Collectible Fair, Paris Design Week, Cosmoscow, and Mana Contemporary.

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