The uniqueness of this concrete piece of street furniture lies in its contradictions. It seems light and delicate despite its material. It looks somehow natural but also deeply urban. It appears to be a piece of art yet its shape can easily be the part of everyday life. All the contradictions might stem from its creation, which was in a way a traditional, however also an extremely modern process.
Under the vast green carpets of meadows and forests lies a resource waiting to be transformed. Layers of crystallized time awaiting excavation and transformation. There are those who recognize its beauty even when the stone is still in the form of quarried blocks, and can foresee its beautiful finished future. This powerful scene of orderly set of raw stone blocks standing in the field, each one different from the next, and the captivating idea that the rawness of them all will soon be tamed to become a uniquely designed product are the inspiration for this outdoor kitchen. Like the splitting
A well-detailed and re-think example of how good and high-quality design can change life. Sophistication of design of the sphere of the artist, whose users speak every first-person on earth. Details of lines, forms, materials used and technologies in the creation of the final product for everyday with its obviousness of a recognisable function expressed through the prism of simple meaning and visual perception of graphical and at the same time useful information. The modularity of the system allows you to easy integrate into any space and provide its function.
Heer is a bench for breastfeeding in public spaces. It's a small oasis of peace for moms and babies, a space they can come to rest and, if they want, even to isolate themselves from the hectic urban surroundings. Heer rotates, so moms can choose a position that suits them best. Heer gently rocks and calms both mom and baby. Heer has shields to offer privacy to moms that need it, and to protect babies from distraction. Heer is perfectly suited for airports, shopping centers, parks, public institutions. In other words, it fits wherever moms go because babies could be hungry anywhere.
This litter bin design subtly refers to the form of an ancient Greek jar. The design approach is abstract and simple. Fiber reinforced concrete and stainless steel are the two materials used for the construction of this object. To replace the bin bag, at first, one has to open the stainless steel lid. A shutter of the waste hole prevents rainwater from entering the bin.
This seating is meant to be a statement as well as a design solution. It embraces community involvements and conveys a much-needed message of happiness to encourage positivity in a city that repeatedly fell short on the global ranking of happiness level. Infused with cultural references (origami, paper-cutting) drawn from the designer’s mixed (Japanese-Chinese) heritage, the seating has also adopted Sun Chan's Chinese character art motifs as the designer’s tribute to her beloved late father who departed the same year she was commissioned this project.
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