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Brise / furniture+fan

Brise
Brise

​​The use of electric fan in furniture began with a sense of responsibility for climate emergency and a desire to use fans rather than air conditioners for the coolness of the distant future. Existing fans are left unused after summer. Particularly in single-person households, it is not appropriate for the unused machinery to spoil the space. That is why I designed a 'furniture+fan' that can always be used as a side table while still enjoying the breeze. Rather than creating strong winds, it is focused on feeling cool by circulating the air even after turning down the air conditioner.

University

Hongik University

Hongik University
Seoul, South Korea

Wonho Lee,
Hongik University