The Dokkaebi Stools are carved as cylindrical stainless-steel items, which are delicately mirror-polished. Eight different slope colors, representing the evergreen forest in different seasons, were repainted on the top component of each cylinder. By getting the mirror impact of the inferior side mirroring the bordering area, the developer creates the perceptual illusion that the colored tops are drifting in the center of the air.
Zolstera stool by developer Carolin Peitsch is 100% eco-friendly because of the special product that it’s made of. Its seat is created from a product you might never have heard of called eelgrass located along the beaches of the North Sea. The resulting output is lightweight, resilient as well as takes a look that’s rather natural with each device having its very own special character.
Daae Won discovers the Blessing Feces collection, which arises from moments of randomness that occurred during molding. The product consists of extruded polyurethane foam as well as black strips of polyethylene, eventually producing a vibrant blend practically like an abstracted marbled appearance. The rectangle-shaped shape is removed and cut out from a larger mass to expose different areas.