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From a long time ago, Korean women hid their faces and bodies by wearing Jangot(Korean traditional cloth)and Garigae(face guard) to hide their gender and position. However, they expressed their individuality through the color of clothes and accessories. Groove chair with a Korean traditional color motif is a structure in which suede thread connect the two frames to form a backboard and a seat. The intense color and thin thread create a pattern that visually expresses a dynamic rhythm. The organized pattern is characterized by the movement of the texture depending on the person's human shape. We have focused on the users to feel free.
Seoul, South Korea