Chieut was, literally, the main inspiration behind it all, as a fearless pictorial translation of the Korean word to a sophisticated table; thus highlighting another possible facet of minimalism, denying abstraction as a result and welcoming figurative visual representation. Uniting simple and thin steel pipes as the foundation, the balancing act starts to unravel before our eyes; an oval steel sheet, just as nimble as its base, sits off-balance pompously unlike most classic tables.
A simple hypothesis about changing chair's form inspires an idea of provoking human activity: by turning chair's two dimensional back into three dimension, the Broccoli becomes a chair with no front or back, left or right. As a result, the ways of interaction between people and chair have been expanded, more possibilities of action encourages people to use the Broccoli variously.
The Trace is a stackable dining chair designed for use in home and contract environments. It is constructed of a solid, steel wire frame that supports a stitched, reinforced leather seat and back sling. The slings flex to provide a comfortable, supportive seat that adjusts to the user. The chair features an integral handle at the back for easy mobility, and stacks efficiently with the addition of custom moulded foam pads under the seat to prevent rubbing wear.
Utilising space at home is made easy. 'Paq' saves space and time: it transforms from armchair to bed with just one zipper move. It’s as simple as it can be: just pull the zipper and your chair transforms into a bed. It has a built in storage unit for your beddings. Zip again, and you have an armchair! Maform experienced with paper folding to solve the problem of small multi-purpose spaces. By folding a cylinder from a rectangle and pushing one side in, it looked like a chair. The idea was found: scaled up, this is the simplest solution for a chair bed.
This is an arcade-styled video game console to play vintage video games from the 80's and 90's, and it is dedicated to adults who grew up with those video games in their childhood. However, having a normal video game console could ruin the ambience of your sophisticated living room. Here is a solution. This is not just a game console, but it transforms to a stylish modern coffee table when it is not played.
The design looks to reflect the continuously changing life of the contemporary man in a polyvalent and inventive space that with a single surface conformed by absence or presence of the pieces of wood that slide, remove or placed, offers an infinity of possibilities to organize the objects in a work space, assuring permanence in the custom created places and that respond to the needs of each moment. The designers are inspired by the traditional timbiriche game, remaking the essence of accommodating the matrix of personal movable points that provides a playful space to the workplace.