Jarosinski & Vaugoin: Onda II

Onda is transformative by nature, both in its modular design and the contrasting finishes. The interaction of the different materials of each version changes how it relates to its setting. The walnut wood evokes a solidity and warmth.

The wood for the new Onda is steam bent in the Winkler AG workshop in Switzerland. Winkler have been experts in the process of bending wood for hundreds of years and are huge advocates for the process as a sustainable way to create amazing pieces. 


The silver components were designed by Jaronski and Vaugoin, who have been producing some of the world's finest silverware for more than 170 years in their Viennese workshop. This collaboration is indicative of a new direction for a traditional company. 

The Onda collection revives the historical purpose of centrepieces in the twenty-first century. "Onda" is derived from the Latin "Unda", meaning wave. It captures the fluidity and flexibility that Onda brings to the dining experience. The individual elements that make up the Onda can be reconfigured in endless arrangements, both versatile and elegant.

Photography by Jon Day