A small stool is formed from a pressed metal plate to which the legs are welded. The concave in the plate provides a more ergonomic and stable support for seating and directs the corners in which the legs stand.
A piece of belting leather, folded and seamed, is shaped into a curve. This curve will provide support for the back and arms.
chair.01 consists of a steel frame supporting a seat and back rest. Both back and seat are made either from an aluminum plate or from the combination of a piece of belting leather glued to a thin steel plate.
table.01 is a series of tables where the tabletops are defined by a variation of four geometrical shapes.
A cylindrical stone encasing a spherical lightbulb. The lightbulb carves its way through the stone pedestal, rotating around the stone.
A chair joins a table. This connection creates a platform designed for lounging, working and reading.
The Mlamp suggests a way of presenting the light bulb in its purest form, stripped of the non-essential. The form follows the idea: sober, minimalistic and skeletal.
Stacked solid wooden beams, 15cm in diameter, form a bedframe. The ends rest on each other, hook into each other.