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Central to the design philosophy of SPAZA is ease of use, and we argue that the best of design goes unnoticed in how its function discreetly merges with everyday life — how the experience of use is enhanced by not having you hindered when you do something the way you like it. In other words, a design is successful to us if it is so simple that your flow remains uninterrupted, and, fortunately for us, beauty can be found in this simplicity. It is this core concept that fundamentally defines our SPAZA products.

Even though the outcome of our work is simple and elegant, the underlying processes leading up to it is not, and our aspiration to take all aspects of use into account — primary as well as secondary — when designing, gives rise to multiple factors for consideration. It makes for quite complex problems, and it is required of us to be ingenuitive and to work hard by putting many hours of thinking and efforts into what we do.

We care deeply about our efforts and results, and as we are invested this making of design that we believe to truly matter, all of our solutions are been patented, and all of our products designs are registered. This protection of our work assures us that we can keep pushing the frontline for these types of high quality products.

Usually, we begin by identifying a need that is unfulfilled by what is currently available. With a splash of creativity, and a lot of experience, we then generate concepts we believe to be interesting. To objectively assure ourselves that our trails of thought are relevant, we then start to break down all the varying aspects of human interaction with the coming product. Curiously we be begin to create a holistic picture of everything from manufacturing and shipping to installation and primary use, all under an ever-present balancing with what we consider to be aesthetically pleasing. We iterate numerously to guarantee that the end result is optimized for its purpose, be it special demands for extreme durability and resilience in the planned environment, or custom made dimensions, forms, and finishes.