Para is a set of public outdoor chairs designed to provide restrained flexibility in outdoor settings. A set of chairs that has a uniquely symmetrical form and totally deviates from the inherent visual balance of conventional chair design Inspired by simple seesaw shape, this set of outdoor chairs is bold, modern and welcomes interaction. Both with a heavy weighted bottom, Para A supports 360 rotation around its base, and Para B supports bidirectional flipping.
The Moti chair integrates aesthetics and structure, breaking the traditional structure, and using circles to connect the support points, which effectively balances the forces and reducing the material loss. The use of Mortise and tenon joints and full hidden dovetail joint make the joint more stable. The design is inspired by the arches, moon gate in ancient Chinese gardens, the circular holes designation brings broader visual sense, which also implies that there is no barrier between communication.
The design of this chair is inspired by a flower bud. It opens like a blossom and it will be reminiscent of spring. In this design, three functions have been tried to fit in one furniture in addition to being economical, it can take up less space. The technology used in this design is the use of five aluminum springs that hold it by the clamp lever. It is made by gluing wooden layers on top of each other and cutting them in a circle, which is finally covered with oak wood veneer in two colors, natural and white.
This is a cloud-like chair that is raining. The seating surface enables a cloud-like expression by piercing polyester fiber into the polyurethane foam with a needle. It was inspired by Needle Felting. A high seat gives the seated person a floating. Stainless steel round bars are 5mm in diameter. There are 100 thin stainless steel bars. In addition, the mirror-like stainless steel legs and pedestal made it possible to express the rain.
A range of seating designed for corner spaces, for a solitary moment, which conveys the message “everyone needs space for themselves”. The stools create an interface between people and space. This interrelationship leads to the specific characters of the stools, and these characters hint to the users how they can use the space in a novel way. Users can feel comfortable in corner spaces and create a relatively personal space there without building a wall between each other. Instead of seeing togetherness as the answer, the designer has focused on people's tendency towards esclusion.
Brise Table is designed with a sense of responsibility for climate change and a desire to use fans rather than air conditioners. Rather than blowing strong winds, it concentrates on feeling cool by circulating the air even after turning down the air conditioner. With Brise Table, the users can get some breeze and use as a side table at the same time. Also, it permeates the environment well and makes space more beautiful.
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