Fancy furniture in the interior testify to their own style and a fine sense of design. Korean designer Jinil Park transformed these seemingly simple-looking rough drawings into pieces of furniture that look like a crazy sketch. The three-dimensional objects have the appearance of a two-dimensional sketch and exude an almost sculptural beauty. Even with two-dimensional sizzen on paper you think in 3 dimensions and imagine how they will look in real. The Drawing Series gives an impression that the boundaries between Reality and illusion merge.
Fancy furniture made of steel wire handmade
The extraordinary figure set a new standard in terms of design. The illustration is executed in black, easily erasable and not sharply delineated lines. Rough to fine line drawings give the impression as if the designer had experimented with ideas. To achieve the desired optical effect, different lines were required – one line is a bit higher and the next one is slightly lower. In order to make the variations as authentic as hand-drawn sketches, Park wires hammered in different lengths and thicknesses.
Revolutionary furniture looks like drawn
Jinil Park put an unusual design idea into action. From steel wire he made 4 furniture designs – 2 chairs, 2 lights and a table. Defying its filigree structure, the furniture of the Drawing Series is sturdy enough to bear the weight of human beings. The focus is distorted, distorted and linked structures and lines. These speak for a special individual “handwriting” and express the emotions and inner world of the artist. A drawing is particularly good for showing simple forms and also emotional spontaneity. Linear wire furniture revolutionized the design world at the Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea in autumn 2013.
Fancy Furniture of the Drawing Series by Jinil Park
The chair is a wireframe that looks like a line drawing
Wire sculptures imitate two-dimensional line drawings
Lamp design inspired by graphic line art
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