12 December 2012

A intersection B by Kim Myung Hyun

Designer's description:
As the number of single tribe increases, new alternative furniture for the single people is introduced in the living environment. They are active in spending money for themselves, and they prefer the furniture that reflects their taste enough. Moreover, they want the optimized products for efficient utilization of space. Traditionally, the strategy to save the space was to stacking or folding. Differently from that, A intersection B’s approach is to putting another leg into a transparent leg, which provides visual satisfaction and effective utilization of space. A intersection B consists of a black stand, a tea table or a stool, a desk, and a book-box. Those components can be added to each other and also be independent, which creates around 20 combinations with various functions. Such variety is based on the simple system of sharing the legs. Our needs and tastes were reflected in this furniture to make it more incorporated in our life.

 source: furniii.com