Design of Home Product
Waiting series (product design)Contrast Sofa, OO Arm Chair, Rushui table
Just like the definition of the word "Contrast", this guy is a "contradictory body" that combines contrasts, "solidity and lightness", "cold metal and warm fluff", "modern posture, traditional cultural symbols". Contrast sofa adopts a complete all-inclusive fabric design, using modern methods of metal connection, and incorporates the traditional Chinese cultural symbol "Auspicious Cloud Pattern." The arc-shaped armrests will prop up your arms to the "cloud", making sitting feel comfortable and interesting. "What Xiangyun refers to is caused by blessing." Surrounded by good luck in softness. The simple tubular metal legs, the curved soft backrest wrapped in environmentally friendly leather, and the cross-gradient color routing all explain that OO is a modern armchair with fashionable elements. But its design inspiration comes from the classic Chinese-style furniture in our country, a " armchair". OO retained the original structure of Chinese round chairs, above is round below is square, round is harmonious square is steady. In addition, the positional relationship between the armrest and the leg, the coherent way of the loop back and the armrest, etc. all retain the soul of the structure of the armchair. The thickened soft seat cushion increases the comfort of sitting. The height of the loop back is moderate to support the waist, and it presents a new seat image with modern materials and craftsmanship. Rushui is a set of coffee table combination. The design inspiration comes from "the wine glass floats on the running water, people sit by the water, drink a glass of wine and chant a poem and talk about their feelings". The Ruyi base, which symbolizes smooth and auspicious shapes, holds up the glass countertop like a water wave, and ripples on the ground under the shining of different light. We hope that through the integration of "qushui" and "ruyi" elements, users can also be placed in the elegant realm of ancient cultural people.
Design by Jessy Liu