The unique design was inspired by the art of Furoshiki, where all forms of an object are created by wrapping them with a single piece of cloth, and the folding art of Origami where shapes are formed by folding.
A coffee-cup-shaped piece functions as an armchair when upright, but when turned on its side the handle becomes a backrest for a stool and when flipped over it transforms into a coffee table.
Concept for “Epidemic Happyness” contest on Desall.com. A collaboration between a product designer from Italy and a graphic designer from Switzerland.
This exclusive and modern table completed by joining together the spheres and semi-spheres boasts an exquisite look. And, for creating the Newton table designers at Boca Do Lobo looked for an object capable to reflect the sphere attraction as they were joined with their energy, mass and force.
With Cocoon 1, Micasa Lab has developed a new type of furniture which plays with these boundaries and extends our interpretation of living. Thanks to its form, transparency and versatility of use, it is perfect as a room in a room or for outside.