Yılmaz Dogan, who started out with the idea that different industrial materials could be used together on a table tray, said that he designed a flexibility in your desk that you can make changes to adapt to different trends at any time. With its completely breakable design, Patchwork is a dynamic design that can easily adapt to different spaces as dining and meeting tables.
The middle tables that used usually take place in the middle of the spaces and cause difficulty with the approach problems. For this reason, the service tables are used to open this gap. In order to solve this problem, Yılmaz Dogan has combined two functions in the design of Ripple and developed a dynamic product design which can be both a middle stand and a service table, which travels with an asymmetric arm and moves in the distance. This dynamic motion coincided with Ripple's fluid design lines reflecting from nature with the variability of a drop and the waves formed by that drop.
Inspired by the Scandinavian style, La Tarde is an armchair that invites relaxation, a comfortable space in the late afternoon. Its fine lines and clean design bring sophistication and contemporaneity. The materials and tones used ensure the warmth of the piece. A proposal of tranquility for the day to day.
With Scandinavian design, the dressing table was created to circulate in women's bedrooms and closets. It uses simple lines, rounded corners and light wood, to keep the look clean. It features two-tone leather details: brown and pink quartz, plus metal frame and a mirror to assist women in their daily routine. It has the simplicity of the Scandinavian lines and well feminine curves, to valorize the wood of reforestation. Only the essentials.
The Grid is a table designed from a grid system that was inspired by traditional Chinese architecture, where a type of wooden structure called Dougong (Dou Gong) is used in various parts of a building. By the use of traditional interlocking wood structure, assembly of the table is also the process of learning about the structure and experiencing history. The supporting structure (Dou Gong) is made of modular parts that can be easily disassembled in need of storage.
While time flies by, clocks have stayed the same. Reverse is not an ordinary clock, it's the reversal, a minimalistic clock design with subtle changes making it one of a kind. The hand facing inward rotates inside the outer ring to indicate the hour. The little hand facing outward stands alone and rotates to indicate the minutes. Reverse was created by removing all elements of a clock except its cylindrical base, from there imagination took over. This clock design aims to remind you to embrace time.