Rozija 03 is one of three chairs from the Rozija collection created by researching the relationship between line and surface. The play of linear shapes creates interesting compositional elements that, with the addition of a surface, fill the space. The formation of the elements is made possible by the mechanical possibilities of bending the steel that forms the skeleton of the bars and the tensioned surface of the sheet.
The collection questions the archetypal design of the chair as such, but also the possibility of sitting on it with variations of the seat - flat, curved, and higher and wider for the possibility of double sitting. Rozija's are intended for outdoor spaces of a private and public nature.
Dora Pavešić is a student of undergraduate studies in industrial design at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, who through her works explores the possibilities and limits of design through a specific visual language and the application of experiments in design. She uses design as a way of exploring and transforming the environment. Through student projects, she participates in competitions and exhibitions. At the student competition in cooperation with the Atlantic group, she exhibits the design of a modern džezva and wins third place prize. At the exhibition "Da! festival" in 2021, she exhibits student work "Diffuser". The student design "Worm chair" participated in "Zagreb Design Week" 2022 with the exhibition "U oči" and in the biennial exhibition "Croatian design 21/22" in Lauba, the online exhibition and publication "Review of Croatian design 21/22". The work "Rozija" was exhibited at the exhibition "1:1" as part of School of design in 2023. Dora is a part of the international community "Meeting of Design Students" where she participated in the project "The Air Rustle (KIOS & COS)" in 2022, Zaragoza. During her studies, she worked on the conceptualization, design and execution of student and faculty exhibitions at university and on "Zagreb Design Week". At the beginning of her design journey, she has a desire to further develop and create products that complement and enrich lives, but also question the conventional approach to design.