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Hannul projrct / Aesthetics in Korean funiture

Hannul projrct
Hannul projrct

Korea style shape tends to pursue artificial naturalness and internal dimension than material aspect. The three key words extracted from this process are Artisan spirit, Naturalness and Balance.I, motivated by steppingstones, tried to design based on the harmony of stone and water. Using a stone, a mold that fits the stone is created. To render the shape of water, I used glass to make it seem as if there is water drops on the stone. It is to create a flat surface, that is, a shape which is suitable to hold objects on it as a table. Hanul project can provide the users the feeling that the inside is connected to the nature.

University

Northumbria University

Northumbria University
Newcastle Upon tyne, United Kingdom

Design

Hee young lee

Hee young lee
Seoul, South Korea