Mag Frame

August 4, 2009

Mag Frame is designed for ease of carrying and removing magazine with the steel plate at an angle. Mag Frame has clean curves, which consists of a single steel plate brushed.

Extract from Déco-Design


Wars & Wits & Powers

April 22, 2009

“Driven by the recent crisis of certain countries who got very uptight over issues of being asked to disarm their missile test launched, their alarming action to remain hostile and persistent in their belief had stirred me to create this part of a furniture combination to depict their behavioral trait, a bookshelf with their golden army, strategically placed underneath, to uphold and to protect their ultimate plans,frozen in time for all to see.”

Extract from a+.29


December 15, 2008

REK is a expandable (and collapsible) bookcase that grows with your book collection. The shelf can always be full and take up less space until needed.

Extract from Reiner de Jong


November 3, 2008

“The design of this object allows to participate in the evolution of its shape. By using the Transformer-Shelf you will constantly rearrange the different units towards each other, creating myriad different shapes. This will have an influence on your impression of the object, the cognition of the surrounding room and the way you identify yourself with the Object. Everybody can put his own ideas into the Object. In the end, the design becomes a process that will be partly submitted to the CONSUMER, who will also partly become a shape-producer, and therefore a ‘Design-Prosumer’.”

Extract from Martin Sämmer

Neil Barrett Store

September 23, 2008

The Neil Barrett store in Minami-Aoyama designed by Zaha Hadid.
First look unique, second look a little bit hard to clean…

Extract from what we do is secret

Piegato Shelf

September 4, 2008

Piegato is a wall shelf concept that can be easily fixed, carried, folded or kept within minutes. It’s made out of a single sheet of steel board. The shelves can be opened if required, or else concealed back to the flat structure.

Extract from ob designer

Expectation 05

August 29, 2008

“I allow for signifiers of use, such as a door, shelf, or a drawer, with these elements becoming just enough information for the viewer/user to relate to. Through this denial I start to uncover ways furniture communicates and challenges viewers/users to question their expectations of something they are familiar with. The viewer/user then can begin to locate meaning because of this familiarity and start to make sense of the piece. It is important to me that my works challenge how people see art and design and the differences or similarities they have, they can begin looking at both in a new way.”
Very refreshing idea…

Extract from sara huston