ISLAND & AQUA
Design research that explores physical connection between furniture and a person. Identifies activities and habits of modern human during casual work: use of laptops, book reading, etc. The aim of the project became to interpret that interest into furniture form. The outcome of the project are two full scale prototypes of furniture pieces that confronts conventional furniture shapes. Island is a set of three seats of different positions connected with a table surface; and Aqua – low lounge seat for a cross-legged position. The furniture form that evokes curiosity, and makes them an alternative working and socialising experience.
Island and Aqua were exhibited in Salone Satellite 2010 as a part of Melbourne Movement.