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Space exists as “devoid”. Nevertheless, any work proving the substance of a space is the same as the coercion of a confession. If we are obliged to argue that “devoid” should exist, we will have to make clear the limits of existing and non-existing first.

What cannot be sensed is known as devoid. However, such cognition assumes that the virtual may be the real. It might be more persuasive to present material evidence than argue for a conviction. We may get a confession by presenting evidence of experience. An absolute raison d’etre for the devoid is created by the senses.

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It may well be a pun to suggest a fact about devoid, dismissing common sense about the state of being devoid. I attempt to create a situation with the framework of common sense excluded in order to create an absolute situation deviated from it. If the void of common sense should be eliminated, its substance would show up.

Therefore, a space only with a minimally functional opening would look like it is closed tightly. However, the weight, malleability and texture of the resultant space is not closed at all. For the essence of the space discovered cannot be locked in up.

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Loaction_ Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Site area_ 342.60㎡ Building area_ 181.65㎡ Total floor area_ 1,122.04㎡ Building scope_ B2F, 5F Structure_ RC Structure Exterior finishing_ Exposed Concrete Design period_ 10.2002~01.2003 Construction period_ 03.2003~09.2004 Photographer_ Youngchae Park

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The LG Objet TV comes with a 65-inch Super Ultra HD display and a premium soundbar.

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The Objet Audio

LG teamed up with renowned Italian industrial designer Stefano Giovannoni on the design and selection of the perfect materials for LG Objet. After more than two years in development, LG Objet is now available to discerning customers in South Korea to begin with.

“I agree with LG’s design philosophy very much,” said Stefano Giovannoni, Italian designer who participated in the Objet project. “Combining appliances with furniture is not only popular in Italy but also globally.”

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The Objet refrigerator

The Objet fridge, resembling a hotel mini bar, runs on thermoelectric elements instead of a compressor – the core component for most fridges – which makes it free of vibration and noise problems when placed next to the bed or sofa.

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The Objet air purifier

LG has launched a new high-end brand with an aim of combining home appliances with furniture, targeting consumers who are seeking unique design. The new brand will be called ‘LG Objet’ which it will use for what it calls “premium private appliances.”

The company said: “LG Objet is a new concept of convergence appliances which brings electronics and furniture together.” This claims that the products will not only function as electronics devices but as home decor too. The new brand is LG’s second premium brand and follows LG Signature which was launched in 2016.

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Design: studio asylum Architect: Hun Kim Location: Jongno-gu, Seoul Site Area: 488.50㎡ Building Area: 285.78㎡​​ Total Floor Area: 913.64㎡​ Structure: R.C Finish Material: Limestone Project Year: 2012 Photographer: WanSoon Park

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