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Bolina

Bolina was designed to solve some of the problems of modern urban house:dividing open spaces to improve comfort and cosiness and creating vertical gardens with little encumbrance,if there is no space to keep plants.Sailing boat inspired,Bolina has a metal structure that recalls to old wrought-iron garden furniture.Coverage is made repeatedly stretching a sailing rope from the base to the top plane,creating a curved coloured surface.Bolina can be used as a stand alone object or as part of a modular system:base shape allows to pull togheter one module to another,to create a sinuous colored wall

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Feather

Feather Collection is the furniture art that has been inspired by the beauty of feather layer that overlapping together. Moreover, the creative shape contributes to the perfect function. Welding wire stainless steel is a resolution. These shows a virtual plume to be infrastructure that provides strength. At the same time, it makes the table feel light and like a bird would fly. The collection consists of two shapes that are circular and over shape with different height to achieve more balanced and dimensions.

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Garuda

Garuda is the combination of ancient culture and modern technology. Its purpose is to spread out a spiritual and soulful energy through a symbol of fortune. This table is made of glass and metal. The main body of the table can be separated into two parts. One is the structure, which imitates the skeleton of birds. The other is the feather, which combines the traditional craft of “Origami” and application of laser cutting. The tiny, taut holes on the surface present the vividness and flight speed of the bird. White shows its haughty and standoffish outside. Red means the passionate inside.

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Double X

This project was made as a live architecture lesson because the balance and the stability of the whole come only when the last piece is installed. By using the traditionnal octagram's pattern from the European Mauresque geometric art, this table is looking to find the best shape for being both aesthetic and structural. And all of that without requiring any screw or glue. The final result reveals the octagram's pattern through the structure, and makes two X on the table, thus explaining the name.

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Line

One reason for the constructing this chair as a line is that it has to be mingled in any space. It is consisted of a very thin wood frame (3cm), and forms the structure of the two single lines. Simplest form is hiding a very complex structure invisibly. So producers who can be produced this structure are very rare. For this reason, this chair has designated by one craftsman / one chair system. This is currently produced by one craftsmen in Denmark and another artisan in South Korea, so the massive production is impossible.

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FileBOX

Alternative designs can be composed by using different colors and textures on the drop down doors of the FileBOX file cabinet, which has been designed in a manner so that it can be used single or double sided. The different design of the FileBOX provides for both not losing storage areas and for ease of use from the top without the user bending over. All of the parts of the FileBOX can be packed and transported easily by placing one on top of the other and can be assembled in a practical manner at the place of use.

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