From THINKK studio, a series of space-dividers, Tree, Bush and Nest, that “remind one of playing in the backyard, dealing with the notion of privacy in public space.”
Says THINKK, “Tree – separates space into three parts for one’s privacy, Bush – divides and groups space into spaces [and] Nest – allows you to have privacy underneath it while making a phone call for a couple of minutes.”
“The project explores the perspective toward furniture and product design with the integration of play as a design method in order to create the object that not only blurs the line between function and emotional appeal, but also maintains physical performance while addressing emotional needs.”
Hide and Seek’s structure is a combination of marble, wood and metal frames inside upholstered fabric. Photos: Decha Archjananun.