Founded in 1965 by Rodney Kinsman RDI, OMK designed and manufactured much of the furniture sold through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the 60’s and 70’s.
Rodney's Aspiration has always been to design progressive furniture employing contemporary technology and using modern materials rather than simply following tradition.
A key figure in the High-Tech design movement, Kinsman’s designs are regarded as icons of British Design in the late 20th century.
Making its debut at Clerkenwell Design Week is Link seating system, a polyurethane seat with a unique geometric shape which can be combined to create numerous dynamic configurations.
Also showcasing at CDW is a refreshed collection formed of these classic products combined with new designs, and the recent work and charging station Bridge, a modular table designed to provide a convenient place to work and charge device.
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Stackable,simplistic and stylish – Omkstak has stood the test of time in both form and function.
Link seating system is a polyurethane seat with a unique geometric shape which can be combined to create numerous dynamic configurations. It is available in any RAL colour, making it perfect for any t ...
Bridge is a modular table that provides a convenient place to work and charge devices. Designed to withstand heavy contract use, this working station is constructed from FSC sourced plywood finished i ...
Orbit is as practical as it is refined, composed of a large main mirror and a smaller orbiting vanity mirror with both regular and magnifying surfaces.
Originally designed in 1985 for London's Groucho Club, Tokyo was launched at the Milan Furniture Fair the same year. This sculptural plywood stool is available in a black powder coated finish, instant ...
The T1 Sling Chair was first bought by Terence Conran for his Habitat store in 1967 and it quickly became one of their most popular models. As OMK’s first product, theT-1 is a true British design clas ...