Animazioni by Anna Elisabeth Viise

Anna Elisabeth Viise is a young Estonian graphic designer.

She is currently studying media and advertisement at the University of Pallas, Estonia.

Despite her young age, Anna is already working on a plenty of projects with several companies.

‘I am passionate about what I do. From a simple poster to the brand identity, I pay attention to every single detail in my work’.

In m.artedesign, Anna creates the animations that give life to the products.

‘The animations are one of the most remarkable jobs I have done so far – find a creative story to connect the product with the audience. This is the place where I can test my artistic thinking.’

Libre | armchair

‘Libre is not only a chair but a pure, true and contemporary concept.
A shout for freedom. Strength to desire and dare to free ourselves from the cages and schemes of the ordinary.
An object that takes shapes from the feelings, from the abstraction of a metal cage that sublimates in wings of poetry, thirst for infinite and profound beauty.
A simple step from matter to concept, like a flapping of wings.
Like a breath. Like a sigh.
Libre is metaphor and dream, as only who dream can fly.’

-Beatriz Sempere 

discover Libre.

Animation by Anna Viise

Levante | armchair

The way the volume is created in the Levante chair derives from creating surfaces that join three curves that are arranged linearly in space and that touch in only one point.

In this way an elegant chair is brought into being, distinctive for its diagonal lines which create an original harmony of enveloping surfaces and sharp edges. This is the distinguishing feature that gives an individual quality to what is universally known as normality.

The shell is moulded in recycled post-industrial polypropylene in which the thickness has been optimized in order to use as little plastic as possible without altering any of the features contributing to durability and comfort. It will be mounted on 7 different bases and the completely upholstered version with cushion is also available. discover Levante

Animation by Anna Viise

Dilmun Wire | armchair

Instinct is innate. It is not the result of learning. This armchair has an instinctual genesis. The resulting lines are simple and immediately understandable. Dilmun’s design holds lasting, timeless shapes that help us savor the product’s aesthetics. discover Dilmun

Animation by Anna Viise

Nami | armchair

Nami, in Japanese, usually means ‘wave’ but, depending on the way it is written, it can also mean ‘beauty’. Multiple meanings in the same name. Wave and beauty: the dynamism of the wave translates into kinetic beauty. A dual essence, characterised by apparently angular lines and simple, clean volumes. Whoever does not admire a wave breaking on the shore has ceased to be amazed. discover Nami

Animation by Anna Viise

Bolina | armchair

Three curves describe this wire armchair’s perimeter. Dual vocation: indoor and outdoor. Levante seating collection’s family member, Bolina inherits proportions and profile. The diagonal pattern of the rods between the three curves of the structure aesthetically characterizes the seat and makes it ergonomic. The appropriate cushions increase the comfort and transform Bolina into a perfect seat even for the most precious interiors. discover Bolina

Animation by Anna Viise


Seile | armchair

A breath of elegance inflates the sail which is ready to point in any direction. The Oak veneered backrest is enveloping as well as taut. The comfortable padding of the backrest looks like a sail swollen by the wind. Thanks to its shape similar to a rounded tip, Seile aims to pay homage to the nautical design concepts of the 50’s. discover Seile

Animation by Anna Viise

Air | collection

Airy, light, and windy. Not a simple sofa but a modular seating system characterized by a sense of suspension and dematerialization. Essential, modular, and endlessly customizable. Soft edges and rational proportions constitute the stylistic code of a product that provides multiple furnishing solutions. discover Air

Animation by Anna Viise

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