THREE + ONE is a system which applies modular and structuralist design principles to 4.0 production methods in order to build furniture and architectural-scale structures for social spaces. With a minimal joint, a scalable, plug-in connector, THREE+ONE holds convertibility and a straightforward construction approach as its core values. It provides a platform for collaborative building, lending itself to use in multiple contexts such as exhibition design, academic research, public spaces and private interior. THREE+ONE has been applied in projects for institutions such as Atelier LUMA research lab, Arles; Offprint Projects, Milan; New Museum, New York; C/O Berlin; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Open Design School, Matera; Design at Large, Design Miami/Basel and Istanbul Design Biennial
Design at Large, Design MIami/BAsel
The Design Miami event based in Basel, Switzerland, is a global design forum. This fair brings together many of the most influential collectors, gallery, designers, curators and critics of the design culture.
This year, from June 11-17, 2018 Atelier Luma presented four pavilions, able to shift and restructure. This architectural system can adapt to different needs. Featuring an innovative palette of biomaterials developed in Arles and the Camargue region, the pavilions of Atelier Luma address the question of enhancing a local biotope and how territorial contexts can radically redefine the design process by linking local with global. The pavilions have been designed in collaboration with Cookies and Lukas Wegwerth of THREE+ONE.