Aumorfia is not an actual word, it’s a notion invented to convey the “space” between the Greek words “ομορφιά” (beauty) and “αμορφία” (without shape). To enclose the beauty of an object that despite its strict geometrical character, keeps transforming, flows with the body and adopts a series of forms and shapes.
Handmade using pure leather in various textures, Aumorfia’s garments are identified by clear lines, sharp cuts, smooth surfaces and unique synthesis.
Aumorfia’s items attempt to be a part of the body, of human motion, an extension of clothes.
Aumorfia is a project of Theano Ravazoula-Potamianou, an interior and graphic designer with a deco-stylist background in interior design and lifestyle magazines and campaigns. She is also the co-founder of visual bytes; a 2D/3D Design and Visualization office with a portfolio spanning a diverse spectrum and numerous collaborations in architectural, interior and industrial design projects.