Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue

Table and chair oneness

Just last month we featured the designer Kyuhyung Cho and his collaboration with Erik Olovsson on the ‘ROOM Collection Furniture System’. These were playful wooden shelves that could be stacked in an infinite number of combinations to fantastical effect.

Well, we went hunting for more Kyuhyung Cho collaborations and came across his modular furniture system created with Hironoriri Tsukue. It’s a beautifully simple idea that marries wooden tables and chairs to create shelves or benches.

The multifunctional pieces of furniture have been given the name ‘Oneness’. The clean and unfussy chairs and small tables can either be used as regular tables and chairs or combined to create storage shelves, which can also be extended either vertically or horizontally by adding more pieces.

They are made of natural birch plywood and easily assembled with black plastic fasteners in small holes, which can be found in the corners of the chairs and tables. Oneness chairs also have hidden spaces to hold small objects or books.

We love the simple quirkiness and functionality.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironoriri Tsukue

This entry was published on May 28, 2014 at 2:38 pm. It’s filed under design, furniture, wood and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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