Cloud Stool by Studio Joon&Jung

June 14th, 2011 by retail design blog

Joon&Jung, the design studio of Joonsoo Kim and Jungyou Choi, based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands; have designed the Cloud Stool, which they will introduce at the 2010 DMY show in Berlin, Germany.

“All nature is making relation and alive in everyday. It creates a constant surprising composition of shape and color. People are individual, but sharing the common senses with group, and it makes them unique and unified. Cloud Stool is inspired by the flexibility and softness of the cloudscape. It can be singular or become a group as a human being. It gives the illusion that it’s alive, by using irregularity, flexibility and subtle differences in tone of perception. Conclusively, the form interacts between objects, and people could explore with it.”

http://www.contemporist.com/2010/06/04/cloud-stool-by-studio-joonjung/

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