Folded aim to express tradition and modernism, a mix showed by using a traditional wooden frame and synthetic shell. Folded a chair exploring sensuality and dialogue between two shapes and two materials. is Like a “well-matched couple” each part is complementary of the other and each material have a function creating this chair.
The design of the writing desk was inspired by Baltic folk motifs. The idea is that a traditional pattern can be reborn into a modern design. The front of desk has a hidden drawer. The top of table is equipped with additional space for goods placement. While it is open it can be used as support for books. Additional wooden boxes are made to keep all small writing necessities in one place. The handles-openings are serving as cable channels if user prefers to keep top closed and neat. Writing desk created for people wanting to harmonize their creative clutter and make it cozy yet organized.
Most residential kitchens are small in the urban cities with high population density like Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing etc. The adjustable partition plate of this small size Sink Moving can be flexibly accustomed according to the actual demand and to achieve the purpose of saving water. Highly adjustable flexibility and water-saving purpose are the most prominent feature of it that would offer a solution for kitchens of limited area.
Pencil stand, bizcard holder, bookshelf, monitor stand, smartphone cradle, memo pocket, and various sorting boxes. There are a lot of items for sorting on the desk, but they seem to become more complicated. Is there any better way? Deskware is a desk that simplifies your desk by combining various 3D-printed items into a desk as an integrated design. It can make your own desks with the design and functions you want by putting items as if you are dressing on your desk. It provides scalability and reliability as well as universal design for more diverse items.
Is design often conscious with intent? How can design be deconstructed to derive a level of novelty besides its dominant principles? Inspired by American artist Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawings, the result is a set of steel interpretation accentuated by light and shadow. This experiential project exemplifies an exploration of systematic practice, visual interactions, and human experiences.
The Skin sideboard has a simple design, straight lines and curves that together allude to a second skin peeling, a skin exchange, in this poetic movement, the main element was developed with a curved multi-laminate overlap in the body of a MDF plate , resulting in a handle that allows opening the door of the furniture, defined and clear function. The Skin was conceived in a moment of change of life of its creator, who found in this project a way to communicate. This wooden furniture reveals feelings as well as bringing together various types of materials and application techniques.