Pescador, pendant light 2016

“Pescador” references the marine environment in essence, achieving buoyancy with suspended objects; and by the material used, which is the capiz shell. The windowpane oyster (Placuna placenta) is a bivalve marine mollusk. Its shells have been used for thousands of years as a glass substitute because of their durability and translucence. When used this way,…

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Lakka-Trio 2016

Lakka-Trio is a combination of traditional Japanese lacquering and recycled/reengineered paper board. This technique is based on the Japanese urushinuri but recalibrated to achieve the speed and practicality for production, whilst still keeping the essence and beauty of the traditional technique. the rigidness of the board made a perfect lacquering base while the lacquering made…

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Geometry Stool 2016

Stool composed of a half split log of Japanese cypress and a copper round rod. The copper round rod acts as a joint for connecting each half split log, therefore the tangent point of two different materials where logically meet in section has generated geometrical configuration. The GEOMETRY STOOL which will be exhibited has been…

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Qu’est-ce que c’est 2016

In the 1970s Boomboxes and Ghetto Blasters where symbols of urban youth society amongst African American and Hispanic communities. Sound artist Yuri Suzuki has deconstructed the iconic form of the boom box into a wireframe structure, showing off the inner workings of the speakers using only the most essential components. Technical: Bluetooth connection and an…

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The moment of eclipse series 2014

  <The moment of eclipse series started out in 2014 as an indepth discovery of the moment when materials meet(or join)together. The title comes from a short science fiction written by Brian Aldiss in 1969, which I thought suited well by expressing the new series quite dramatically. Until now I have worked with marble and…

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obsession series, black circular bench 2015

  <Obsession series> started as an extended work of the <knot-beyond the inevitable>, initiated at ‘Craft Punk’ organized by Fendi during the Milan Fair in 2009. From then on I started to reach further into making furniture as well as lightings. The inspiration and method is identical whereas the shapes resemble the simplest shape possible…

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Gadda Throne

Inspired by the Bicycle vendors in India that are framed in a halo of their own wares, the Gadda throne is a humorous symbiosis of this visual. The Gadda throne was originally designed for the Inspired by India Show of Contemporary Indian Design at Sotheby’s in London and since then has been widely collected and…

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twintsugi 2016

  Kintsugi is a Japanese traditional way of repairing broken pottery by using lacquer dusted with gold, silver or platinum to appreciate the joints as a “landscape”. The latest digital technologies, such as 3D scanning and printing, make this technique reinterpreted. Therefore, the “Joy of joining” is expressed by twin objects, instead of a golden…

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ColoRing_shrine table 2016

  ColoRing is made by applying layers of three color paint, on an uneven wood surface treated by Udukuri method, a Japanese woodcraft technique. The irregular painted surface is sanded to reveal tri-colored tree ring patterns, like Tsugaru nuri, a traditional lacquer method in Aomori, Japan. The table results from blending two traditional techniques and…

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Lumping 2016

  Lumping is derived from Kuda Lumping (Lumping Horse), a traditional dance originated from Java commonly made out of rattan. It is believed that the dance illustrated historical war against the Dutch colonial forces. These historical references were transformed into a modern playful outdoor furniture drawing a light and dynamic silhouette. The graphical woven texture…

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I AM A MONUMENT ‒ CCTV 2014

The CCTV is definitely the most iconic work of such scale showing of the ego of the nation. It is the first piece in the series that was conceived conceptually but the last one in the six to be made. The simple but powerful notion of connecting two skyscraper into a loop to let activities…

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The Ordinarian tank (Special Edition) 2016

‘Ordinarian’ by Anon Pairot elevates the ubiquitous ‘jerry can’ into a set of objets d’art, which also function as seating. The tanks have been cast in various materials such as brass and aluminium. w280 d360 h405 mm / 5.5kg / Coated fiberglass

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The Birmingham Library Side Table, I Am A Monument Series 2015

  The Birmingham library side table is from Naihan Li’s I Am A Monument 2.0 Series. The I Am A Monument collection shrinks a landmark building 100 times and turns it into a utilitarian furniture piece, allowing collectors to contain something that is extremely large inside a room of their house. I Am A Monument…

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Bori Throne

The Bori Throne is a sculptural stack of 5 boris (jute sacks) that serve as storage bags for a variety of local produce from vegetables to grains in India. The Bori Throne is made of steel / found bicycle parts and fine jute linen cloth and is the most popular of the series. Inspired by…

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