lee sanghyeok: listen to your hands
jun 16, 2012
lee sanghyeok: listen to your hands


‘listen to your hands’ by lee sanghyeok
images © jaeuk lee

berlin-based korean designer lee sanghyeok presented his project ‘listen to your hands’ at DMY berlin 2012.
the desk investigates how we make relationships with inanimate
things in our domestic space.
the table demonstrates how our tactile senses can cause us to achieve intimate connections between furniture within our surroundings.
any time one drawer is closed, it causes another to open simultaneously as if the compartments are in conversation with one another.
this allows the user to act with intention, ultimately paying attention to their hand interaction.


drawer close-up


interacting with the drawers


detail


multiple drawers

listen to your hands from lee sanghyeok on vimeo.

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