The Exo chair is designed for use in the interior space. The design idea is represented of a minimalist approach of the shape. This solution is inspired by the desire to create a product with clear visual language. The name of the chair comes from the Greek word Exo, meaning outside. This is a slight hint addresed to the viewer about the need to escape beyond the visual overflow of the daily communication. The chair is made of steel construction and upholstery. Exo will be available in a wide range of colors.
The designer created "Balance": a box with spatial presence and poetical statement. The box body, held from three feeds, floats over the surface. Swallows circle on the box, wich is like a secret treasure chest. This allows the user to keep private things or to store delicacies even under the eyes of others. Rather seems the generously proportioned branch handle to grow out of the box. But he still keeps the balance to the box body and is a room for himself. The wood, the ceramic and the swallows form a closed harmonious world, where each user can discover his own poetical story.
The shaping basis of the concept was taken by from Ancient Rome. Therefore the armchair Renaissance is the revival of the image Curule Chair with X-shaped legs. The stylish, minimal and modern shape of armchair allows it to be used in different public (restaurant and cafe terraces, airports, libraries and etc.) and private interiors.
Cocoon Chair was inspired by how silkworm develops cocoon. Cocoon Chair uses continuous line randomly looped around a frame structure to create a woven form that serves as a lounge chair, the woven line form present the texture of cocoon and the rocking motion presents the experience of the floating nature of the cocoon.The minimal structure was considered based on the lightless feeling of the cocoon. The outcome is a minimal structure that represents a natural comfort form that serves as a functional piece of furniture which called “Cocoon”
This is a project that has very close relation with the characteristics of the Japanese design, are fine, delicate edges that express the value of drawing without the need for large volumes. The laser cut in the pieces of metal laminated wood generate a present and constant volume, the upholstery in linen warms the design making it inviting and more human.
The project is a bench for domestic and corporate use, made of multilayer sheets with walnut veneer finish, thermoformed in aluminum mold and naturally cooled. The bench has playful characteristics and at the same time has a strong connection with the Brazilian concretist architecture. The curves of the feet resemble old wooden toys, where the blocks were overlapped and overlapped, forming small houses or bridges.
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