julyerna koesmono: ayatori stool julyerna koesmono: ayatori stool
mar 16, 2010

julyerna koesmono: ayatori stool

‘ayatori’ stools

this year , the annual furniture design award (FDA), organized by singapore furniture industries council (SFIC), has received 1004 entries from 26 countries. one of the finalist in the student’s category is the ‘ayaori’ stool by indonesian designer julyerna koesmono. julyerna koesmono is a student at the lasalle college of the arts in singapore. the awarded project has been shown at the international furniture fair singapore 2010 / 27th asean furniture show (IFFS/AFS 2010).

‘ayatori’ stool

‘ayatori’ stool

the pattern is made with polymer threads.

detail image © designboom

image © designboom

the FDA merit award showcase at the singapore furniture fair image © designboom

  • the studio photos are completely different from the shots at the exhibition. the stools are a lot less impressive in reality.

    erin says:
  • very unique and beautiful

    alexa 03.17.10 says:
  • Nice work!

    Thomas says:
  • It look like percussion instrument .

    lookgolf-13 says:

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