Wednesday, June 1, 2011


Industrial designer William Lee and architects et al. collaborative have collaborated to create a sculptural multi-functional chair/ table for the "universally under-utilized" corner.

Says et al. collaborative, "The versatile piece stands alone as a sculptural element, but also has dual functionality as furniture. When upright in a corner, LEAN is a chair that gains structural support from its adjacent walls."

"Set on its side, it becomes a coffee table with negative spaces for books and magazines.

Fabricated in plywood, LEAN comes in a two-tone color which reinforces its geometric shape. In metal, the thin sheets combine durability with elegance."


TETRA.TENNIS v3.0 from 1024 on Vimeo.

Video Mapping on the tennins ground of the French Masters series in Paris Bercy / 2010.

This is our third consecutive mapping on the tennis ground. Running realtime, activated with a PS3 controller.
Mapping powered by MadMapper software.

Contour Chair by Ethan Creasman

The Contour chair designed by Ethan Creasman seems to resemble sea coral architecture considering how it is built using Designtex Fusion, a co-polyester resin panel that lets you go wild when it comes to colors and textures. The resulting surface is cut and bent and thus the Countour chair is born. Despite looking preety frail in the images below, the Contour chair should be quite solid, and besides impressing your guests with the coral design, it will also support their weight, because they’ll surely want to sit on this indoor coral. Of course you should purchase a set so everyone ends up having his or her own coral at their disposal.