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mobi low table \ smoked glass

mobi low table \ double \ polished stainless

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COMB PATTERN BENCH

Comb Pattern Collection Bench - The Bench is the most essential piece within the collection. All editions feature unique comb patterns, maple or oak top, removable maple legs. 42 inches long.

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COMB PATTERN 03 STOOL

03 Stool from Comb Pattern Collection. The seat is cnc milled in various hardwood in unique comb patterns, legs in hard maple.

Sung is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a fine arts degree and Domus Academy in Milano with a Masters in Design. Sung began his design career in Milano at Samsung Design Milano before taking on a teaching career as a faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Designed Objects program. Since 2013, Sung has served at the University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Design as an Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies to the Industrial Design program. Sung has worked with international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Guzzini, and Roche Bobois and been represented internationally at Venice Biennale, Design Miami, Victoria and Albert Museum, Volume Gallery among others. .

Through his design and research practice, Sung Jang Laboratory, Sung strives to compose works that carry significance beyond functional extent which display and initiate dialogues regarding design’s roles and capabilities in social, cultural, emotional, artistic realms. One of Sung’s research interest is to understand and articulate qualitative attributes such as beauty, elegance, and extravagance in clear set of insights as methodology for design. In parallel to the independent practice, Sung serves as a partner in Article, LLC, a design consultancy based in Chicago.

Sung & Sung Jang Laboratory

Kirk is a very light chair made from aluminium for indoor as well as outdoor use. The concise alignment of the bending edges and sharp profiles result in a fascinating contrast while the generously built shell of the chair is very comfortable to sit in.



The aluminium, made from a special alloy, is bent accordingly into the shape of the seat shell before the edges are being folded to increase stability. The seat shell resembles a lightly formed sheet of paper loosely hanging in a framework.



project assistant: Malte Westphalen, Magnus Ruchhöft producer: Vial

Patrick Frey



Wheeljek  - W Hotel designers of the future project
Aluminum, wood, mixed materials



The wheeljek collection is inspired by the fast-paced city of Bangkok, which doesn’t stop moving, even in the most stifling heat. Cars and masses of people fill the roads, while vendors push carts filled with refreshments and tropical fruit creating micro-destinations for food, drink and festivities.



These carts seem to facilitate Bangkok’s commercial and cultural exchange. The vendors creatively adapt their cart’s fundamental construction to the product and the environment, finding an idea of the fluidity and flexibility in a layered and chaotic terrain.



My vision is to bring the Bangkok street vendor carts from the street into the interior space. Depending on the boxes, which have different proportions, on the object, can have different functions. And at the same time it is mobile and flexible, and serves its function as a cart.

Seung Yong Song

Poke Hanger, 2013

Kyuhyung Cho made a hanger with sticks and two rings inspired by a surrealist, René Magritte, to create poetic imagery in our everyday life. 

The main part of the hanger is a combination of a steel pipe and two solid metal rings which are heavy enough to be stable as a hanger. It is possible to add wood poles to the main part depending on your situation.



When you make a hanger with the main body and wood poles, it displays a surrealistic moment; the small ring floating up in the air without any connection to the ground, poles standing by themselves. Furthermore, you can play with gravity by hanging your clothes or hats on it.

Main Body: Small Ring Ø 180 mm, Large Ring Ø 360 mm, Height 1600 mm
Wood Pole: Ø 25 mm, 1650 mm

Kyuhyung Cho



The Grasshopper table creates a horizontal multi-player surface for serious play. The geometry comes from the internal requirements of a projector and camera, and the exterior requirements of knee space. The heat formed HDPE construction allows for a thin wall section and helicoidal stability. The project was initiated by Ien Cheng with the collaboration of Seth Hunter.



Höweler + Yoon Architecture / MY Studio is a multidisciplinary practice, founded by J. Meejin Yoon and Eric Höweler, operating in the space between architecture, art, and landscape.

MY Studio

Ramus M1 (Module Number 01) Table/Desk

Design Studio IL HOON ROH will present the first module of the Ramus series M1 (“Ramus M1”) to the public for the first time at the Salone Satellite 2013.

“Ramus”, which means “tree branch” in Latin, originated from an idea that was first introduced in D Light at the Salone Satellite in 2011.

The Ramus M1 is an architectural sculpture piece which combines the strengths of carbon fibre together with the structural advantages that can be found in the branch of a tree, maximising its structural strength capacity.

Ramus M1 is the latest development and creation in the designer’s long-term study of efficient forms found in nature and his passion to design works with an architectural concept and through a “natural” method that maximises the material’s potential.

Ramus M1 is made of carbon fibre, which is also used in fighter jets, F1 cars and space shuttles. Precision-engineered aircraft grade aluminium alloy and stainless steel components were also utilised.

  Ramus M1 has been developed as a part of a modular system with future expansion and modification of the design in mind.

The Ramus M1 project was an international collaboration. For over two years, the designer collaborated with an Italian mathematics/software company, TSI s.r.l., to calculate optimum overall geometry, a UK manufacturing company, Penta Patterns (which is also involved in manufacturing F1 cars), to create a master pattern by using advanced CNC technology, and a South Korean composite material specialist, Inno Comtech, for carbon fibre.

The project was also supported by South Korea’s KIDP/Ministry of Culture’s Next Generation Design Leader program.


Ramus M1 (Module Number 01) Table/Desk

Material: carbon fibre, Aircraft grade aluminium alloy and stainless steel components with toughened glass top

Colour and finish: carbon fibre with different pattern dimensions, silver carbon, carbon with Kevlar (aramid) reinforcements.

Available in gloss or satin finish.

Size: L200cm x W80cm x H76cm

Il Hoon Roh

Haze chair, 1220 x 580 x 400 mm,  lightly coloured resin

Basic geometric shapes seem to define Wonmin Park's Haze Series. The entire object gives the impression that it unveils itself in front of us through the opaqueness of its parts. But our perception deceives us when we think it begins and ends there. Each Haze object carries within it a dissymmetry of form hidden from sight. A dissymmetry of form that is balanced out by the colours created in the unique casting process that gives birth to these objects.



Haze chair, 1220 x 580 x 400 mm,  lightly coloured resin



Haze table low / white, ø 720 x 40 mm,  lightly coloured resin




Haze table, ø735 x 740mm, resin

Haze table long low , 1220 x 580 x 400 mm,  lightly coloured resin



Haze series

With its combination of form, colour, opaqueness and texture the Haze series is a balance of rationality and the self in a life where the former often dominates to the detriment of the latter. Wonmin Park's Haze series perfectly positions itself between the substantiality and insubstantiality of life.

Wonmin Park







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