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Drape, Versatile Furnishing Unit, 2017

Drape is a multi-use furnishing module for numerous configurations. The sand cast aluminum unit is inspired by curtain panels and appears to suspend from the surfaces placed on top. The corrugated shape gives the stability while keeping it as minimal as possible. Books can also be placed in those folds of drapery. Elegant, yet sturdy, Drape combines a graphical aesthetic and structural integrity. Produced in small batches, each result varies from one to another.

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Graft, Table, 2017

The Graft is a hand-made collection, investigating traditional carpentry, with a modern twist. A joint is formed by two surfaces abutting at an angle of 45 degrees. The result is not only stronger in joints but it also offers dynamic visuals at every angle.

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CityCamera, Space & bespoke furniture, 2017

Bespoke furniture and interior concept for City Camera a ‘photography multi-space’ where camera shop, photography bookstore, gallery, art project space and cafe coexist. In Itaewon/Hannam-dong, Seoul.

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Joist, Candle Holder, 2016

Joist is a utilitarian, yet sophisticated candle holder made from extruded brass. The cross-sectional profile is carefully resized and refined for extrusion. While horizontal flanges work both as a base and as a handle, a vertical web supports the candle in place. Joist is a single candle holder, but it can also be extruded longer as a candelabra.

It is the part of an ongoing object series, including a tray, a bowl, and a paperweight, discovering many possibilities of the iconic construction beam.

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Joist, I-beam inspired pencil tray. Made of Brass. Size 190x60x50 mm.

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Oblik, Coat Hanger, 2016

Oblik is a vertical coat rack designed for small spaces. Initially made from scrap pieces of solid oak at a workshop, it is a result of the simple production with basic wood machinery. Hooks are cut in angle and rounded off for garments to be hung. Oblik is available in two different versions – wall-mounted or hanging from the ceiling.

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The RSVP archiving series designed in collaboration with artist Kim Daun

TIEL, a Seoul-based multidisciplinary creative practice, brings together the minds of Charlotte Therre and Joong Han Lee. Both graduates of the Design Academy Eindhoven, the Swiss-Korean duo worked and gathered experiences simultaneously in the United States, the Netherlands, Norway, and Switzerland, before found their studio in Seoul, South Korea, in 2016.

TIEL offers creative direction, product, graphic and space design, focusing on research, concept development, and collaboration with professionals in different fields.

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