noiz architects: morphing furniture
feb 05, 2010
noiz architects: morphing furniture


up close of the base’s changing forms

japan and taiwan-based noiz architecture, design and planning were recently commissioned
to design a cultural salon for taiwan land corporation to enhance the corporate identity of the company.
the design theme of the project was ‘transformation’.

along with designing the new interior the firm developed furniture for the salon,
which followed with this notion of transforming. their morphing table and chairs are derived
from iconic pieces of modern designed furniture. the forms morph from one typology of
a chair or table into another in one continuous form.


profile of a morphing panton chair originally designed by verner panton


profile of the tulip chair by eero saarinen morphing into the zig-zag chair by gerrit thomas rietveld


overview of the morphing table


profiles of the morphing tables and chairs


the different chair and table typologies that were used


icons of the morphing forms



a technical look at how the shape of the chairs and table evolve from one end to another


sliced profiles and morphing forms

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