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Former Lazy Suzy table 2015

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Matteograssi Looby armchair 2014

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Patricia Urquiola Chair

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Emmebi Mun table 2016

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Irenuffici Console 2008

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Bosa Ceramiche Kong Ki Base Collection 2000

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Cassina Met sofa with Piero Lissoni 1996

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Cassina On – Off side table with Piero Lissoni 1996

Product Designer, Interior designer, Art ditector. Born in Seoul ,Korea she currently lives and works in Milan, Italy. In 2002 she started own design firm,after having worked for several years with Piero Lissoni Associati in Milan. Numerous collaborations in Industrial design, Fashion, Fair exhibition, Architecture both European and Koreans.

Clients include:, Cassina, Matteograssi, Pamar, Euromobil group, Emmebi, Orizzonti, Omnidecor, Bosa ceramiche, Fasem, Enrico Pellizzoni, Iren uffici, Former, Decotec, Ergogreen, Mariella Rosati, N30 Via della Spiga boutique, Ekaterinbug Potrovsky mall, Anneclear, Pacific restaurant milano,Tutto vetro, Firetrap, Piazza Sempione, Sergio Rossi, Mantero Spa, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Samsung fashion company In milan.

Sungsook Kim

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Dimension, 390 x 440 x 180 mm

STOOL 7° is a self-assembly stool composed of four wooden boards. It is assembled by tension of wood without any necessary hardware. The simple, angled joints that are carved on both the legs and a sitting board present the simple construction and clean lines.

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Also the stool uses the gorgeous wood's grain for a strong structure and its benefit by letting the natural patterns sit comfortably from all aspects. What we wanted to do is providing a simple, practical and beautiful sitting structure that makes sense for both customers and manufacturers.

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Dimension, High, 550 x 400 x 700 mm, Low, 550 x 300 x 430 mm

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Twister, Metal bar & 3 pairs of wooden legs for self assembly Twister is a self-assembly trestle using a metal twisting technique. The product is made of a metal bar and three pairs of wooden legs. Tables of different height can be created depending on the length of the legs. General trestles require two legs to create a table, but the Twister can be used on its own. As it is easy to assemble and disassemble, it's convenient to pack and store. The metal twisting technique has been used for a long time for decor. However, we focused on the angle changes hidden within the decorational feature, and incorporated it into the product for practical purposes.

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Studio Millionroses is a design studio created by Hyung-Moon Choi and Joo-young Kim in 2016. Hyung-Moon Choi is an industrial designer. He studied product design at ECAL / Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne in Switzerland, and now lives in Seoul. Joo-young Kim is a graphic designer. She has created various works of art based on pure artistic concepts in Korea and is currently studying at the PaTI / Paju Typography Institute. Choi and Kim have a studio in Seoul and are involved in a variety of projects related to product design, interior design, photography, and art direction.

Studio Millionroses

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Trans 2012-01, 2012 - White oak, zebrawood, brass, redcopper, 180W x 45D x 170H cm, 71W x 18D x 67H Inches

Bahk Jong Sun is a South Korean artist and designer known for his exquisite and minimalist furniture design. Inheriting philosophy of Joseon dynasty scholars Seonbi who embraced the practical aesthetic of Confucianism, his works emphasize functionality and the principles of “emptying” or clearing away all the excess. Therefore, functionality, simplicity and exquisite craftsmanship are most important characteristics of Bahk Jong Sun’s furniture. Their natural beauty is highlighted not just by the harmony of the simple modernist lines but also by designer’s indulgent relationship with wood.

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Trancs L-C 2011-01, 2011 - Cherry wood, 180 W x 160 D x 74 H CM, 71 W x 63 D x 29 H Inches

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Trans-13-001, 2013 - White oak, 320W x 40D x 187H cm

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Trans 13-003, 2013 - Cherry, 206.5W x 83D x 93.5H cm

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Tranquil A, B, 2012 - White Oak, 62W x 65D x 35SH, 86BH cm

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“Achieving sympathy with the wood itself” is what Bahk Jong Sun values the most in his creative process. His workshop, an old farm building that’s been converted into a modern carpentry studio, is based in Wonju, Gangwon Province where the designer is always surrounded by nature. In a manner of a true artisan, he uses the material that he gathers from the nature around him and allows the wood to dictate the design and communicate its fine beauty through organic forms.

Jongsun Bahk







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