Nothing has changed the world as much as the Industrial Revolution. Working cogs, intricate systems, transmission systems and centers of gravity made us dependent on their growling, purring and tapping. At the same time, the momentum of development gradually devoured its no longer useful children, and old technologies and mechanisms were doomed to oblivion. It was Anna Orska in the MACHINES collection that gave her attention and reached to them. The designer's variations on the subject of screws introduce into a mechanized but also sentimental reality with robotic characters. MACHINES symbolize a world suspended in space-time, in which futurological visions once lost their luster of freshness and innovation. The collection encourages careful contemplation of the metallic beauty of technology.