Our Oskar can do everything, and with his 2.5 cm high profile he is not only perfect for two-dimensional works of art, archive pearls, and other special features, but also gives objects, figures, masks, and built scenery an appropriate home. A minimalist and universal frame profile made of solid oak is no coincidence. Such a modern, narrow. and angular bar needs particularly robust wood to guarantee the stability that is expected of it in every hanging and storage position. And apart from that: oak is just trendy.
And what is the name Oskar all about? As the insert reveals in the frame, it is about Oskar Schlemmer, painter of the Bauhaus staircase, better known as a master at the famous Bauhaus, as well as stage and costume designer of the Triadic Ballet. Schlemmer has always been interested in people in space, in the interaction of figure and space, of organism and spirit - and if you want to take it to the extreme: of humanity and civilization. Our object frame Oskar strives for something similar. Alexander, our range manager for picture frames, put it in a nutshell: “Oskar, with his high bar, removes the frame himself from the two-dimensional, turns it into a peep box, a spatial object, including its interior into a space-consuming installation. And that in turn with clear lines and freed from everything that is not necessary. Simply and yet vehemently inscribing yourself into the room. “There is nothing to add to that.