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POH 0500

The simplicity of the chair, the chair beyond what it seeks to express is the result of many thoughts that are not easy to make. What I wanted to do in designing the POH 0500 was how to design it to achieve a simple looking structure. It is also devising a way to not lose the aesthetics with the design of the structure that can support the user's load, which is the most important factor in designing the chair. So the design looks simple, but the POH 0500 has been completed with engineering through an intensive process. - Team project in Livart
 Material: powder-coated steel, plywood, aluminum Award: Selection, Good Design Award, Korea(KIDP) Production: 2011

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'긋다' Drawing

'Draw' is a table focused on proportional and shaping through the strength and intersection of lines as if drawing a stroke in space. The lines of the table reveal the structure and the weave, and sometimes have the shape of being disassembled and reassembled through the reflection of the pattern glass placed on it. The top plate of the table can be easily separated and the material and color can be changed according to the atmosphere and situation of the space. - Studio project: We design for ourselves.
 Material: powder-coated steel, patterned glass Production: not in production

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RDA 3008

The function of the table is simple. However, the number of available cases is infinite. RDA 3008 is not a specialist-focused table of existing office furniture. This product is designed in the form of using minimal elements to perform the role and functions of the table in any environment. I think that it is the form that the basic element of formative, the meeting of the face and the face, has to be the table which becomes the base of the furniture.

We wanted to maximize texture expression by visualizing the cool and solid image of aluminum and the warm feeling of wood through the contrast of straight lines and curves. - Team project in Livart
 Material: powder-coated steel, plywood, aluminum Award: Selection, Good Design Award, Korea(KIDP) Production: 2011

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The Contrast

"Stark contrast makes perfect harmony in some cases." The Contrast is a container where you keep your favorites. Designed to wrap the powder-coated steel plates, the Contrast’s ultimate focus is to emphasize stark contrast between light and shade. And the stark contrast makes perfect harmony in the container. - Studio project: We design for ourselves.
 Material: powder-coated steel, natural wood Production: not in production

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301G

The 301G Chair is designed for a simple task in the office and for a mobile work environment. In addition, the 301G Chair is used of fabric finishing for comfortable use in home and office environment, and the weight is reduced by reducing the volume through the use of plastic material and the development of tilt mechanism. - Team project in Livart
 Material: plastic, fabric, sponge, metal and etc. Production: 2012

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WV Design Studio, 〈Design for us: Re-design〉, 2017. Used Hair Dryer, 213x212x94.

In the process of selecting a product for the studio project, we thought that if the designer had to make the final beauty, he would have to choose a hair dryer without hesitation. Every morning, the hair dryer we face is creating a visual pollution of the day, with absolutely comical shapes and tangle of wires. Just like every designer, we decided to make our own cool hair dryer. We thought so. We will redesign the dryer we were using.

WV Design studio is located in Seoul, South Korea with two designers, Chae Won-sik and Kim Bo-ryoung. They majored in industrial design and product design at Hongik University. After graduation, they worked as an office chair and electronics designer at Livart and Samsung. In 2013, they started their own work and opened the studio.

WV Design

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The house is located in the middle of a rural village with many small houses. There is a wide view to the south, and calm mountains to the north. The house, placed in a peaceful rural landscape, does not show itself off, but is a simple for that melts into the slow scenery.

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The house consists of a main building with a gable and a second building with a flat roof, and is spread out comfortably on wide land. Unlike the very simple appearance of the house, the yard is divided according to different uses. It has different characteristics according to the characteristics of the interior space.

The yard that touches the living room and dining room become one with the living room, making it like a second outdoor living room. The yard in between rooms is like a room itself, closed off from the outside. The moss yard of the second building is also cut off from the outside and is a place of quiet thinking, and the deck between the two buildings is an open yard with a view that looks out far away.

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The yard in front of the house is an external space that looks at the faraway scenery with a background of trees and grass, but the yard between the rooms has a wooden deck and small flowering plants, making it an internal living space. You can experience the outside and inside yard simultaneously.

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The finishing of the outside of the house uses narrow and long bricks in a dark brown color that goes well with the scenery from autumn to spring, with zinc panels with narrow grooves on top. The simple horizon over the wide land and the color of the house that is the same color as the trees, forest and fields, go well with its surroundings and create a comfortable landscape.

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Architects : Jae Heon Jeong Location : Yangpyeong-gun, South Korea Design Team : Moonhui LEE Area : 253.0 sqm Photographs : Youngchea PARK Structural Engineer : Chanho KEE Construction : Narae Construction Landscape : Yongtaeg KIM(KNL) Site Area : 1,395.1㎡

Jaeheon Jeong

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BLOOM 2012, 9.5 in x 6.5 in x 6.5 in (H), 50 lb, 100 lb Mono Filament

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BLOOM 2013, 6.25 in x 6 in x 3.5 in (H), 50 lb, 100 lb Mono Filament

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BLOOM 2014, 10 in x 8 in x 6 in (H), 50 lb, 100 lb Mono Filament

My work involves creating 3-dimensional organic forms mostly in generic and biomorphic shapes. Through these forms, I attempt to express seemingly static yet dynamic characteristics of our evolving lives. While they resemble transitions and transformations of nature, the forms are also to capture subtle but continuous changes in our emotions, sentiments, memories and expectations.

I weave and connect traces and tracks of the subtle changes into organic forms. The organic forms are made with mass-produced industrial materials, in particular Monofilament and Cable Ties. They are non –durable, disposable, trivial, inexpensive and easily consumed materials. But, when I weave and connect them, they are transformed into organic visualizations. I want them to be creating lasting moments, evoking and encapsulating our precious thoughts.

I often find these moments from nature. I think nature allows us to pause and find things that have been overlooked and are inspiring. Nature provides me with rooms to find breakthroughs and answers, and gives me time to ponder into thoughts. Through my work, I want to bring to our attention the moments that nature allows us to find and look back. I present nature in abstract porous ways so that they can be filled with our moments.

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URBAN SHELL , May 2011 Filed under Installation, Design, Mono Filament, Basketry

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URBAN SHELL , May 2011 Filed under Installation, Design, Mono Filament, Basketry

Sui Park is a New York based artist and an interior architect born in Seoul, Korea. Her work involves creating 3-dimensional flexible organic forms of a comfortable ambiance that are yet dynamic and possibly mystical or illusionary.

She recently had a solo exhibition ‘Playing with Perception’ at the Denise Bibro Fine Gallery in Chelsea, New York in April 2016. She also had a solo exhibition ‘Garden of Humans’ at Kingsborough Community College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY in March 2016. She participated over 50 exhibitions, including a recent exhibition, ‘Repsychling’ in Brooklyn, NY in November.

Sui Park’s education includes MDes in Interior Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 and BFA in Environmental Design at Maryland Institute College of Art in 2011. Sui Park also has MFA and BFA in Fiber Art at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.

Sui Park







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