Shir Levanon combined a chair with a hanger. The red hanger like a roost must be useful to hang a coat, shawl or sweater of which you often pile up on your side.
It was not that functional combination, but I was interested in the table by fil-quadrat. The legs were made by wine bottles. The corks don’t damage the floor and also protect from the bottle break.
The venue also held the Soul Design Festival following to the Fuori Salone in 2007 and 2008, and works of Korean designers were shown with a theme of “Designer’s Hand”. One of them was the combination of table and lamp showing the beautiful curve line of the connection.
In the section of lighting works, there were ones using interesting materials like the shade with styrofoam, silicon and plastic bottles, and also something like a chair throwing off the light from its under side. It was enjoyable to see how they designed the essential items of interior.
The lamp like a plant growing sprouting out of a pot was designed by a group of industrial design students from Poland. The plant was also real by the way.
The lamp called “3poeng” by “Macmeier” was available to hold in hands, to prop against the wall, and to roll over.