The bridge DNA chair designed it based on people’s needs. cutting the back and the bottom of the seat surface into a cambered surface, and designed a downward bending at the seat and back to make it comfortable for sitting. For the round connecting plate, Maple as my material so that the overall structure became the visual focus. Succeeded in designing the chair with the spirit of a bridge. It is very light in all aspects: both visually and from a weight perspective.
The water-stone relationship, in this case, becomes a wine-natural stone through a modular design; the original concept seeks to develop complex shapes and imposing dimensions, while reducing the cutting effort and simplifying transport and assembly operations for the individual elements making up the whole. Seats, desks, bar counters, shelves, partitions, barbecues: Geometric Wave can be interpreted for any kind of urban, public and private furnishing.
The Open 45 Credenza is designed to enhance and encourage the usability of items stored. This piece allows the user to proudly display their belongings while cleanly storing them at a 45 degree angle. This design functionality focuses on ease of use as the items comfortably 'look up' at the user. Each item is reachable at arms length without cabinet barriers or the need to crouch down to retrieve a stored item. This modular piece also features movable shelves, movable dividers and a hidden cord channel that runs the length of the unit, providing a clean and fully customizable setup.
The Flow is a very industrial piece. It is made of slinged padded leather over a simple metal frame that became appealing because the materials and simple silhoutte speaks for itself. The materials are downplayed to create a raw look - making the brass look like steel and the leather look distressed.
Selami was inspired by the clean and minimalistic shapes and designed with inspiration from the human spine system Beel offers comfortable sitting and healthy posture. Beel, which is formed with two stages of back, provides flexibility in sitting. The back part creates a slight spring effect and provides ergonomic posture.
Lina has been developed for Elon Design Furniture, based on research on tubular metal armchairs, which started being designed in the Bauhaus. To warm things up in a Brazilian way, wood was included as part of the structure. The metal continued to be used in the connections for many reasons: to reinforce fragile points, to make the serial production easier, to facilitate any repairs, to create an unique visual signature and a solid but light structure. As a result, Lina Armchair stands out for its sophistication, comfort, elegant combination of materials, and attention to details.