Thursday, June 14, 2007


Behind the Wall is an intriguing two sided piece of furniture that is both walland sofa. It offers a comfortable sitting area that becomes playful when usersinteract from both sides of the wall. Movement, sound and touch hint at what mightbe happening on the other side.

Share Hat
Our social lives are defined by the people we know. “Share” celebratesour relationships by transforming the standard and personal form of a hat to accommodate several wearers at once. This multiplication of function representsthe way we integrate within social groups. A space that was invisible, but existing intuitively becomes both visible and humorous. It represents the umbrellaof our everyday conversations.

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