Materialized sketches by Jinil Park

15 January
In the passed year we had already wondered “drawing or furniture?”, viewing cartoon-like tables and chairs created by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong. This idea was caught up by Korea-based designer Jinil Park. He came up with the concept introducing wire furniture. Its outlines resemble pencil drawings on ordinary paper. The designer paid a great deal of attention to details, therefore one can find it actually difficult to distinguish the armchair, table and two lamps from their drawn prototypes.

Materialized sketches by Jinil Park

Here you can admire not less impressive furniture pieces, inspired by children’s drawings.  

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