Leisure Attaching is a changeable chair set that included one chair and some small wooden boxes. Attach these wooden boxes to the different sides of the chair to have your own ways to use them. Users can put maybe handbook, pens, remote control, mug and even small potted plant in the boxes to bring your chair alive.
Peace of mind can be found in co-existing with animals. While its most basic function is to provide one with a place to sit, chairs can be more than just a piece of furniture and perceived as more than just a means of alleviating physical weariness. Through the utilization of animal motifs and their calming effects, these chairs can elevate one’s sense of well-being, providing the user with relief from both the physical and mental.
Hus is a small table that can also serve as a storage space or as a miniature house for children to play and learn the rudiments of arranging space. Many traditional dollhouses do not allow children to exercise their imagination and spatial planning, which is reflected also in adulthood. Hus familiarizes children with the principles of architecture and attentively designed interiors and lets them explore materials used in construction, like wood, concrete and clear panels. It is a piece of furniture which connects different generations by allowing them to spend quality time together.
The clock was designed as a modern three dimensional interpretation of a traditional analog wall clock with the clean style - there’s nothing superfluous, nothing redundant, the surfaces gently curve and flow around the internal components. The clock literally ‘passes’ the environment through itself, dissolves it, and at the same time fulfills its function and projects the symbolic image of eternally flowing time. Understated design coupled with inventiveness and functionality make this the right choice for telling the time at home or in workspace.
A maximum, minimalistic garden on a space of 130/130/130 cm. The European interpretation of Japanese Zen Gardens. Forming a cube with a pruned yew and a limestone. The joint between both is defined by an almost diagonal line through the cube. Two materials, plant and stone, a simple shape, following Mies van der Rohes claim:"Less is more". The sculpture moved from Germany to Armenia, where it is placed at the beginning of the Prince of Wales Avenue in the United World College in DILIJAN, ARMENIA.