Terrace is a contemporary wooden coffee table inspired by terrace farming practices employed in mountainous regions of the world. Designed to be functional art, the table has ‘terraces’ carved from the wood to form smooth, sweeping contours and platforms at varying heights. The terraces afford the table a beautiful sculptural quality, whilst the platforms offer sufficient space for work or storage. Terrace offers a new aesthetic topology, and a functionally that is unconventional yet familiar.
Eget is an innovative work desk adapted to new working habits and to the use of new technologies. It also provides a solution for modern workspaces. Made with a Nordic inspired aesthetic, the table's lighting creates a new ambience, with a lamp that presents a movement and intensity sensor. The design has an acoustic sound panel and several smart features. Mobile components transform the space and adapt it to the user's requirements. It combines an oak wood tabletop that includes an open drawer, which provides plenty of space while also maintaining a minimalist look.
Inspired by nature, the premise of the Jungle glass collection is to create objects that gain their value from the quality, design and material. Simple shapes reflect the serenity of the medium, while being weightless and strong at the same time. Vases are mouth-blown and shaped by hand, signed and numbered. The rhythm of the glass making process ensures that each object in the Jungle Collection has a unique colour play that mimics the movement of waves.
Saddle Seat is a new archetype chair that provides good posture and high concentration of users’ work and study with playful aspect. While normal chairs can be sit with one way, users can ride on it, sit sideway and lean on arm rest when they have a break. Furthermore, Saddle Seat cares about sustainability. The structure is made out of one non-welded piece of steel tube. It can be stacked when it is transported. Users will be able to enjoy the aging of wooden components and cultivate a sense of care and longevity.
The Shell sofa appeared as a combination of sea shells outlines and fashion trends in imitating exoskeleton technology and 3d printing. The aim was to create a sofa with the effect of optical illusion. It should be the light and airy furniture that could be used both at home and outdoors. To achieve the effect of lightness a web of nylon ropes was used. Thus the hardness of the carcass is balanced by the weaving and softness of the silhouette lines. A rigid base under the corner sections of the seat can be used as side tables and soft overhead seats and cushions finish the composition.