Instead of creating just another tool, we want to introduce an opener not only for opening your bottles but also for opening dialog between you and others, cheering the moments with you, drawing your attention on center stage, and be part of your celebration.
Inspired by handrail, Bent Bench mimics the phenomenon of people sitting on iron/steel handrail which is eventually bent it by human weight overtime and this encourages more leaning and sitting activities closely.
The double-sided disc mirror, made of stainless steel, intersects with the hand-blown glass shade in the middle, splits the lights and creates the unique visual perception through the reflections of the lamp and the space around it. The floating mirror that is unparalleled to the interior brings a special and fresh angle/view of the environment around the observer
Y-rack is a modular coat rack system which can be reassembled in numerous configurations from short to tall versions, depended on users. It consists of two different Y-shape modules, a center pole and a base.
Hex is a corner mirror made of polished stainless steel. Reflections are trimmed and framed by hexagonal contour while folded mirror connects to a dynamic vision through eyes of the observer.
We would like to invite people to VAI’s Living Room at 22nd Street and Make yourself at home.This brand-new “living room“ mainly focuses on cozy, functional, practical, durable, green and low-cost spaces, because it is an institute as well as home for fellows, members, participants and audiences of public architecture and civic life.
Everyday is beautiful. It never slips away.
- In Memory of Every Transient Fall in Bloomfield Hills
Architecture is becoming much more complicated, parameterized, high-tech, alien-like.
Instead of walking far away from the origins and the nature, we let it grow itself and go back to the original, to the era that just belongs to us and our sense organs.
This is it.
With watchful eyes, they will follow you. Okay, not in a stalker-kinda way. Sometimes, they just want to chill out on your desk.
The tracks of hand painting creates an special texture that not only demonstrate the process of making but also texturize the light when it is being activated.
The C-shape shade that directs and defuses the light can easily be reoriented by tilting the tip of the wood pole of the lamp.
Playable and eatable! By redesigning the profile of traditional lollipop, new joy has been added into this sweet enjoyable thing.
A field with four entrances/exits surrounded by four quarter circles is designed to stimulate people to communicate face-to-face. The arc benches also encourage people to sit at a comfortable angle for conversation.
TABLE N FENCE was based on the research of affordance andwas made to create a field to gather people to around it in social activity.
The objective of the “A” series is to apply utility and simplify user experience by refining the ordinary experience of people. A-table is a narrow bar height table that can be engaged from either direction.
Shift Light is activated by the movement of sheathing and unsheathing, encapsulating and releasing of the light in a fluid and intuitive motion. The hidden joint serves to shift it from ambient lighting into reading or working illumination.
This is a project of material experiment which symbolizes the memory of the basic and non-decorated wood chair, which defines the three basic elements seating surface, legs, and the back of a chair. The white wooden chair is completely covered by resin.
By peeling up the original turf from the ground, a cozy platform is created on which people could step, sit, and lie down. The turf surface does not only direct the ground towards the sunlight, but it also shifts the natural material, grass, to become furniture, sculpture and landscape.
Seesaw A Seesaw, is the project collaborate with Ashley Kratzke that is about people relationship. The seesaw provides a little game on it is to keep the bar siding on the rail and away from the ends with magnet inside. In addition, a big arch bottom also slow down the seesaw movement.
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