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Modern living encourages people to move in a fast convenient manner, which leads to the generation of the semi-dirty clothing people created at home. Mess time allow the user to formalise this mess at home by bounding in certain area and presenting it in a personal artistic fashion.
Its angular design creates a informal appearance which suggest the use of informal arrangement of mess and it allows users to discover methods of placing their semi-dirty clothes, bags or other belongings on to Mess Time.
The modules are made by 1 inch aluminium square tube as the body and polypropylene injection mold for the wall fixing.
Central St. Martin's College of Art
London, Hong Kong SAR China
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China
Christopher Tak Cheung Yue