The clock was designed as a modern three dimensional interpretation of a traditional analog wall clock with the clean style - there’s nothing superfluous, nothing redundant, the surfaces gently curve and flow around the internal components. The clock literally ‘passes’ the environment through itself, dissolves it, and at the same time fulfills its function and projects the symbolic image of eternally flowing time. Understated design coupled with inventiveness and functionality make this the right choice for telling the time at home or in workspace.
The folding chair adopts tilting on chairs as the design principle, the user is actively involved in sitting on it. The two necessary legs of the chair are transformed into two thin panels with their bottom edges touching on the floor as a skid. They are wrapped with a band of fabric, that connects the top edges of the panels to a flexible seat, that automatically nestles to the back contour of the user. This design grants an active and most flexible sitting position, a reduction of its construction and required materials. Not being used it can be collapsed to a thickness of less than 20 mm.
Named after one of the greatest figurative painters of the 20th century, Schiele , is a simple new modern, comfortable and universal chair. Discovering the true nature of human by his expressive physical figure paintings, Egon Schiele was the true inspiration to find what the best shape to embrace a human body is. It's usage and the feeling it gives is depended on the place that it's being used and it's completely depended on what color you choose for it, too.
With certain numbers of these simple but magical parts, chair, small tea table, bench and even wine rack would be easily assembled and put into use in users' own way. Only the imagination is needed in this section. Users can find their own ways to build their own Ji Mu. The question that how the Ji Mu would be is remain for the users.
Capsular has been designed as cleavable and scalable. The starting point of the design has been stated as breathing movements and the reason of capsul shape has been articulated as breathing movement’s curves and waves. The problems associated with the scaling and fitting process have been corrected with right measurements. The materials have been chosen as sustainable recycling materials. The result of this design is a useful furniture which can be placed in common areas and which is made of recycling materials.
Woo Screen captures a piece of branch from a tree and explains its own beauty of growth in an elegant way.Attractive to eyes when it is open and draws attention as well when standing closed at a corner. It is three dimensional enjoyable compared with the traditional Chinese screen with pieces of painting.
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