The majority of work borders the line of design (in the industrial/ functionality sense) and autonomous objects; best described as contemporary objects derived from concept, yet rationalized to give them purpose. The conclusion of these efforts results in neither a product nor pure artistic expression but a culmination of the both. A product where art=industry.
As a result works of OS ∆ OOS have been commissioned by production partners such as FontanaArte and Please Wait to be Seated and their work is represented nationally and internationally at prestigious fairs such as Design Miami/Basel, PAD London and Paris, Collective Fair in New York, Fog Fair San Francisco, Design Days Dubai and Collectible in Brussels to mention a few.
Their work has also been included at museums such as the Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven, Mac’s Grand-Hornu in Belgium, The Design Museum in London and Villa Noailles in Hyeres, as well as having work acquired by the Vitra Design Museum for their permanent collection.
Oskar Peet (NL/CAN) and Sophie Mensen (NL) are both graduates of the Design Academy Eindhoven (2009), and started the firm OS ∆ OOS in 2013 full time.
The studio is operating from two cities; Eindhoven and Vancouver. Sophie lives in the city of Eindhoven, the Netherlands and Oskar works from Vancouver, Canada. They also occasionally teach as teachers at the Design Academy Eindhoven.