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.
Lunule chair is a combination of strength, beauty and practicality. It is made of wooden frame and soft foam cushion for the seat and backrest. The cushions are covered with leather lining and all the screws are designed to be hidden. The chair pushes the boundaries and introduces a new use of chair by converting to a stool by removing the backrest. Ergonomics has been considered in the design of chair. It is suitable for people who are sitting cross legged.
This seating is meant to be a statement as well as a design solution. It embraces community involvements and conveys a much-needed message of happiness to encourage positivity in a city that repeatedly fell short on the global ranking of happiness level. Infused with cultural references (origami, paper-cutting) drawn from the designer’s mixed (Japanese-Chinese) heritage, the seating has also adopted Sun Chan's Chinese character art motifs as the designer’s tribute to her beloved late father who departed the same year she was commissioned this project.
In the design of this library, Persian architecture and its identity which is based on symmetry and geometric elements has been used. The design is also inspired of Orsi windows form and function, and hence made the feelings of order and endurance in the space of house by mixing tradition and modernity.