Pende means five (5) in Greek and refers to the number of legs utilised throughout the series. Clean, uncluttered lines belie the complex interplay of a polygon bracket, straight legs and structural top. Research into physical forces, triangulation and geometry result in a minimalist, light, self tightening/self supporting structure, which uses no adhesive and is flat packable. A light globe can also be fully integrated into the framework itself, resulting in a most unexpected feature lamp. This versatile design is scaleable and can be adapted to realise numerous other design capabilities.
As an important part of the living room, the sofa is not just an appliance, but also an "environment" that makes people feel convenient, comfortable and relaxed. Moreover, science shows that long-term sedentary will cause damage to the body. We hope that Martin can give users comfortable experience while helping the user get rid of the bad habit that hurts the body.
Through conducting a research on approximately 90 percent of Iranian instruments, and analyzing their forms, it has achieved interesting results in furniture design. It's worth mentioning, they have created a bridge between these appealing and nostalgic forms, holding both modern and postmodern approaches towards furniture design. This 7m wide sofa has been designed for premium rooms and lobbies in luxurious hotels. The source of inspiration for this design has been the dramatic story of the famous poetry which reads; "It smells like the Moulian river It reminds of the kindest lover"
Located near a retail street West Palm Beach, this creates a featured amenity for visitors and locals alike. A sculptural seating piece made of laminated natural stone slabs acts to retain a rain garden managing storm water on site. The project drapes all native stone materials across the site to create a wave-like form. These stone slabs start from the plaza paving and sweeps upward to create the bench for people to sit. Visitors can sit in the shade of the canopy trees and view the integral art piece, or interact with the sculpture itself, finding ways to sit, stand, lie and climb.
New cities offer and at the same time impose new ways of leaving daily life and urban spaces, therefore this system is able to merge seamlessly nature and city. This street furniture system combines the vase for plants and flowers with the bench, keeping the nature as the center focus. The seat of the benches is obtained with two planes inclined towards the center, where a recessed drainage channel brings rain water into the vase.
The product is composed by three complementary pieces held together by an unusual structural system. Through a precise fit the steel frame attaches to the concrete base only by a pin, joining all its parts in a single structure. With no need of glue, screws or welding, its system allows a particular and clean aesthetic result through a simple and well resolved composition.