Tag: Korea

Junk Chair Project | Monocomplex Design Group

Junk Chair Project | Monocomplex Design Group

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• May 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

South Korean Monocomplex design group has created the ‘Junk Chair Project‘ . ‘Junk Chair Project‘  is a work emphasizing the importance of design concept. Using plastic chair which can be frequently seen around, it was intended to figure out the identity as designer or a human while experiencing the course of objective introduction of one’s […]

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Miryeo Chair | Joongho Choi

Miryeo Chair | Joongho Choi

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• April 6, 2011 • Comments (0)

Miryeo, the first chair of South Korea product designer Joongho Choi, 2010, was aimed to express comfort by applying the structure of a human body and to show elegant and delicate lines. Miryeo refers to being elegant and delicate in Korean language, therefore it was created to be assembled in a simple line by each […]

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Kinetic Robot | Monocomplex Design Group

Kinetic Robot | Monocomplex Design Group

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• March 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

South Korean Seoul-based design studio Monocomplex Design Group has created these creative Kinetic Robots. The object applied with the mechanism induces simple behavior to a person. If the same movement is repeated or the same strength is given for constant time, desired result will come out. A robot contains strong factor of kidult. There is […]

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Icicle Lighting + Spool Lighting + Retro TV Lighting | Monocomplex Design Group

Icicle Lighting + Spool Lighting + Retro TV Lighting | Monocomplex Design Group

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• March 4, 2011 • Comments (0)

South Korean design studio Monocomplex Design Group of 4 young designers Cho Jangwon, Hwang Eunsang, Park Hyunwoo and Kim Taemin, have created the Icicle Lighting + Spool Lighting + Retro TV Lighting. + Design studio: Monocomplex Design Group |  http://www.monocomplex.com/ Icicle Lighting (design by Cho Jangwon) When winter comes, we can see the icicle hanging at […]

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Bikyoshoki \ Jae Kyung Kim of Counter-Design

Bikyoshoki \ Jae Kyung Kim of Counter-Design

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• February 14, 2011 • Comments (2)

In Seoul, Bikyoshoki is a 4 story mixe-used building designed by Jae K. Kim of Counter-Design (Architecture CODE) to accommodate a bar, café and apartment. The goal of this project is to make people to have a similar experience to climbing a small mountain through their movement in relation to architectural form and space. Jae […]

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S-Trenue: Bundle Matrix | Mass Studies

S-Trenue: Bundle Matrix | Mass Studies

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• January 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Seoul, Korea, S-Trenue: Bundle Matrix was developed from the L-shaped podium tower by Mass Studies. Externally the tower is expressed by three slim vertical forms, composed of the central core, and two sides of unit towers, it continues extended to the podium and forms an “L” that as one element. With the core tower […]

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Open Pavilion - Public Living Room | Mass Studies

Open Pavilion – Public Living Room | Mass Studies

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• January 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

Korean architectural firm Mass Studies has created the Open Pavilion – Public Living Room in Hakwoon Park along with LOT/EK’s Open School and Raumlabor’s Open House as part of the 2010 Anyang Public Art Project. It was inspired by Korean traditional pavilion “jung-ja“. The structure performs as a ‘Public Living Room,’ encouraging intimate social interactions. […]

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MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Might many people sympathize if a series of daily acts that we see and feel around us were place on design? MOT is a hanger that paid attention to an act of nailing. We can see in many case around us that it is not well nailed but bent. MOT is reflected an act of […]

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Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

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• January 3, 2011 • Comments (2)

Korean designer Cho, hyung suk recently has created the Modernatique Chair set. In general, Furniture is divided in two style, Modern and Antique. These two styles are very different in appearance. so it is very different from each attraction. Modernatique chair has the each elements of these two styles. Beautiful curves of antique and clean […]

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Monster Chair | Jinyoung Choi

Monster Chair | Jinyoung Choi

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• January 2, 2011 • Comments (1)

South Korean product designer Jinyoung Choi has designed a lounge chair called Monster. Monster Chair underlines the existence of furniture itself and the person sitting on that by making two-dimensional seat to weighty mass. When you look at that front ways, you see the feature well. Monster chair was designed for idealgraph furniture collection project […]

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