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Room 2014 1200 x 1305 x 450 Medium Density Fiberboard

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Room 2014 1600 x 530 x 450 Medium Density Fiberboard

This is a cabinet with the motif of a commonly-seen element of interior decoration in a room 'mould'. A hidden handle is created by controlling the thickness of a mould and it is designed to be split when opening the door.

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Room 2014

These furniture under the concept of molding can have diverse transformation. More than the shape of a square or rectangular, they can turn to a closet or multi-sized sideboards to be placed in the living room according to spatial functionality.

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Lean chair 2009 900 x 970 x 620 fabric, stainless steel

We are slating the glass when we drink the water or liquor. Although we slant it more, the liquor is always to be horizontal. Lean chair is designed to be horizontal with dynamism of inverted triangle shape of cocktail glass slanted. The chair is a glass to have people

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Garlic table+stool 2015 900 x 750/350 x 450 Medium Density Fiberboard, ash wood

The garlic is round-shaped but standing well anywhere as it is getting thicker down. Generally, a table has four legs but we have designed a table and a stool with a single leg inspired by the structure of a garlic.

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Garlic table 2015

Garlic table in the size of 2100cm horizontally and 850cm vertically can be used by six persons with the structure of garlic-shaped two legs. These legs are united following the processing of four separate hardboard and are painted with diverse colors.

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Falling shelf 2011 400 x 400 x 1200 supermirror steel

This is a piece of Korean traditional furniture 'Sabangtakja (open four-sided shelf)'. The etagere-type furniture is open on all sides and only supported by columns. It is originally made of wood and composed of a thin center board strongly connected by butt joint or miter joint, but Falling shelf used a sophisticated metal property 'super mirror' instead of wood. Moreover, it catches eyes on a variety of story made by the reflection of purposely stopped status of a number of falling boards originally having a shelf function.

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Forest 2013 2000 x 420 x 800 fabric, oak wood

Trees gathered form a cozy forest. A series of trees creates a small forest forming a backrest on the sofa.

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Signature series 2011

Signature series were produced from the most basic lines of furniture generating proper form and function as a motif. This series made from shelves, chairs and illuminations were created after sketching them in a simple shape typically featuring each of them and turning to three dimensions.

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Signature shelve 2011 1400 x 350 x 1250 steel ,Powder Coating

Thinking of a furniture with function as shelf, among a lot of lines drown, selecting the most fundamental lines that can form a shape called as a shelf are converted to a body. Horizontal and vertical lines by drawing meet across too make a partition. The line to be horizontal makes a plane as a function of shelf, and the line to be vertical is linked to a post. The cross of perpendicular and horizontal of line and plane is used to be naturally a partition. Signature is made by a combination of simple and brief configuration factors.

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Arch chair 2015 ash wood

Arch has the structure widely used during the Roman Empire or by the medieval architects and can support the weight enough. There are lots of arch shapes but here used the simplest shape of semi-circular arch for the structure and function of a chair. Arch used for this chair was designed with totally four legs and same size of back and seat.

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Rainbow lighting 2009 Arduino jumper cables , led

It is used with jumper cable that are commonly found inside the electronic product. This cable has various colors, and moreover it has large area with several wire. We cutoff this wire and made bigger size of side linking a LED to each fuse manually.

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Jellyfish 2010

Jellyfish resemble illuminations shining stunningly undersea. The look of jellyfish moving freely translucently was used as a motif, and silicone and LED light source were applied to this illumination.

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Sponge chair 2009 900 x 900 x 700 sponge, stainless steel

The nature of material-we find possibility in it. It is a very natural work to draw the only and unique potential within the material into the substance. Its designer makes the environment. When the designer leads the subject material appear as a form he or she wants sympathizing with it, and the form plays its role, the ‘soft design’ we think is completed. Soft design is unenforced naturalness.

It draws a form of material which it is necessarily to be in certain nature and environment, respecting characteristics of the material. There is no awkwardness in the form because the unique characteristic of the material is absorbed in it. The material and its form harmonize well. And it is distinguished from hard design, which designers usually make the form by perforce, ignoring the nature of the material and setting it into the form already made that is somewhat awkward.

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Pot-stool 2012

This stool was designed using a flower pot as a motif. It resembles a 45cm high big pot and yet, made from elastic sponge, gives us light and soft impression.

Jonghwan Baek, a chief designer at WGNB, studied at Kookmin University, graduate school and he has worked in many different fields as a space and furniture designer. He undertook some high-profile space work, including the lake house which is famous as ‘Hyunbin’s house’ in TV drama ‘secret garden’, papyrus optician’s retail shop, Kyobo book center, Lotte premium food market and Dexter studios.

In addition, the furniture he designed was on display at Kimiart gallery, Zaha museum, Culture station seoul 284. He was credited for his job not only domestically but also internationally, so that won the JCD Design Award as well as Red dot award, winning them in 2014. His work has been published in major design publications like FRAME, PLUSDESIGN, Archdaily, Designboom and so on.


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