The ÖÖD "mirror house" at BAU

From 14th to 19th of January the shiny diamond of tiny-homes is opening its doors to BAU visitors in Munich, Germany. 

Freshly rewarded with BRUNO Design Award, ÖÖD has joined the club of BAU exhibitors and is now showing what the Estonian design is really about. Vambola Tiik – ÖÖD’s interior designer - has chosen a fun selection of Estonian design to present, including the furniture and décor by acknowledged designers such as Jaanus Orgusaar, Martin Lazarev and Maria Rästa. Keha3, for example, lights up the room with their spectacular design of ceiling lamps and the collection named “Throat” and cables made of orange silicone are a few hints on what to expect from these modern design pearls. 

The ÖÖD "mirror house" concept is suitable also for the hospitality field: hotel rooms hosts can design their own complex starting with the number of houses (hotel rooms) with combining common areas such as saunas, outdoor kitchens, fitness rooms, reception desks, cafeterias all designed in the distinctive reflective style to blend in seamlessly with the surroundings. The size of the house is precisely calculated – the side lengths of the building are three and six meters. The glass packages are attached to the steel structure, covering the house on three sides. The back wall of the building is of wood construction and is covered with heat-treated wood.

Where to visit: ÖÖD stand 101 in hall C2, BAU Munich