Objet-O Chair by Song Seung-Yong
by Harry / January 12, 2012


With his Objet series of chairs designer Song Seung-Yong explores the potential of chairs beyond their archetype. Above, Objet-O, with an oversized lampshade and light, creates a private space.



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Says Seung-Yong, "This is not a study of shape and function system, but a process of study which can draw out the communication between objects and human beings."


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Objet-O

An oversized lampshade above the chair, made of traditional Korean paper, creates "your own space where you can feel the coziness like a bird's nest."


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Objet-B

Ladder chairs placed against a wall become a library


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Objet-E

Two typical archetypes are fused to create an entirely new form of a rocking chair.


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8objets

8 chairs of different shapes and functions are arranged and reconstituted as various spaces depending on user need.


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Each chair is also available for use independently.

+ seungyongsong.com


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