Portrait by Charlie Schuck

Portrait by Charlie Schuck

A multi-disciplinary design practice set within the investigation of the built and shared environment. Our projects span from object and furniture design to art and architectural installations. Some of our clients include Anthropologie, Areaware, J.Crew, Jewish Art Museum, Paul Smith, Rem Koolhaas OMA.

Our design dialogue begins with extensive research within the fields of psychology, literature and design history and become the underpinnings of every project. The premise of the work seeks moments which elicit an experience of shared humanity beyond boundaries, political systems, or culture.

The founder Aleksandra Pollner received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2016 and is currently based in Los Angeles with a stretch assignment in the NW. The premise of her work is set within the language of art and design, a dual belonging that reflects her personal history and a fascination in borders. Having had to flee Communist Poland with her family when she was 9, led her on a long journey of uprooting, border crossings and living on the periphery. The underpinnings of her work are reflections on borders, weight of history and the domestic space, or the domesticity of objects, as a space of a universal experience and the intimate and private.