The bench was inspired by the sinuous lines of brazilian architecture from the 60's, which remained an emblematic moment in our aesthetic history to this day. Oscar Niemeyer, arguably one of the world's most famous brazilian architect, always created structures based on curves. Some of his magnificent buildings seemed to float above the ground, while sustaining an elegant silhouette.
Through conducting a research on approximately most of Iranian instruments, and analyzing their forms, especially Taar, this time, they have come up with a design in regard to the furniture design. They have created a bridge between these ancient and nostalgic forms, holding both modern and postmodern approaches towards the furniture design. This sofa is a combination of wood, leather, and steel.
Fields is a multi functional outdoor sun lounger. It can be used as a regular sun lounger and can easily be transformed into a sofa, simply by flipping up the backrests and installing the backrest cushions. No screws or complicated fixations, simply flip up the backrests and enjoy. Great for people with small outdoor spaces. Enjoy the sunshine during the daytime and use the sofa with friends and family at night. You can also create a sofa/lounger simply by flipping up 2 backrests while still using the sunlounger backrest.
Phan Collection is inspired by the phan container that is a Thai container culture. The designer uses the structure of phan containers to make the structure of furniture that makes it strong. Design the form and detail that make it modern and simple. The designer used laser-cut technology and a folding metal sheet machine combination with CNC wood for making a complex and unique detail that is different than others. The surface has been finished with a powder-coated system to make the structure stay long, strong but light.
Table tennis is a space-efficient and accessible game compared to a lot of sports. The equipment needed is cheap and the game is easy to learn and equally hard to master. The perfect urban activity. The project aims to honor the game of table tennis with a sculptural table, made for the urban environment. A strict frame is made from minimalistic plates of steel, painted with dark reflective paint. A chain of wooden spheres works as a crossbeam. As the spheres reflect in the paint a continuous chain appears to go through the metal, making it seem translucent and light.