jinil park materializes drawing furniture series using wire jinil park materializes drawing furniture series using wire
dec 30, 2013

jinil park materializes drawing furniture series using wire

jinil park materializes drawing furniture series using wire
all images courtesy of jinil park




representing simple line sketches in a three-dimensional form, korean designer jinil park has created the ‘drawing furniture series’. the project is the result of hand-drawn strokes on paper that were then used to inform the shape of the objects. the ‘line’ played a very basic but crucial role in developing the chairs, stool and lamps, while it is also a standard point for both the beginning and the end of any piece of jinil park’s work. from the scribbles, particular attention was paid to moments where the delineations appear distorted, focusing on aspects that could still be transformed into a solid object. the two-dimensional images were brought to life using wires with different thicknesses hammered onto the faces of them to achieve a more ‘sketchy’ look. the collective bits were welded together to provide enough structural strength and stability, making the furniture also functional.



the ‘drawing chair’ was turned into a 3D object from line sketches drawn on paper



the furniture pieces are brought to life using wires with different thicknesses



the ‘drawing armchair’ reveals moments where the lines appear distorted



the ‘drawing armchair’ front view



the ‘drawing side table’



detail view of the wire construction



the ‘drawing lighting’



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