"KURV" is an Armchair designed for invisible comfort. The metal curve provides a flexible back support that moves in a range depend on the user's weight and gesture.
“Plus” explores a new ritual sensitivity in lighting design. Users can adjust the light by put in the amount of light they need. Inspired by works of Ingo Maurer, this light fixture functions on exposed low-voltage circuitry.
Plus have also been envisioned to be adopted in different contexts, existing as different sizes in variable places in interior space.
Behind the mask
“Behind the mask” is an floor-based accent lighting device. by projecting light on a strap of wrinkled woven brass mesh, both the reflection and shadow are capable to interact with surroundings. Design decisions are made so that the form of the light fixture itself exists as decor.
Concavity is a sculpture as a design exercise adapt from Rowena Reed Kostellow's Philosophy on surfaces and forms.
Many sketch models have been developed in clay before making the final decision.
Collaborating with the Brooklyn Museum, this project is designed for the multi-functional social space. Considering the constant needs of personal space in social occasions. “Brim“ is designed for comfort by providing just the right surface to put down something.