Geometry exposed: The framework of furniture

03 : 06 : 2012 Milan : Milan Furniture Fair 2012 : Salone Internationale Del Mobile 2012

South Korea – Seoul-based designer Seung-Yong Song has created a collection of furniture called Dami, which treats geometric frameworks with a softer, more human approach.

Inspired by the structure of traditional Korean grilles, the exposed grid-like pieces are made using two new eco-friendly materials called Valchromat and CNC. Light and durable, these materials help to make the classic shapes more adaptable in a modern home environment.

The Dami collection is a great example of the stripped-back approach to decorative furniture design noted in our Crafted Geometry design direction. Find out more by reading our Milan 2012: Part 2 show report.

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