lee min ho at seoul design festival 09
lee min ho at seoul design festival 09 lee min ho at seoul design festival 09
dec 22, 2009

lee min ho at seoul design festival 09

chair with ‘Y’ shaped back rest image © designboom

during seoul design festival 09 inside the COEX conference center, korean designer lee min ho exhibited his collection of furniture designs which includes chairs, a table and ceramic / wooden lighting. his seating designs incorporate ‘Y’ shaped backs which function as a support for one’s back, but double as a coat rack. their resemblance to twigs references nature and the natural materials in which they are made.

two seater bench and coat rack image © designboom

general view of installation image © designboom

general view of installation image © designboom

ceramic and wood pendant lights image © designboom

designer lee min ho portrait © designboom

  • I just found this blog post about [url=http://www.redesign-day.com/chaise-lounge-sofas/]chaise lounge sofas[/url] which complained about how uncomfortable they are and I agreed until I came on here and saw these chairs! they look like they could be used as some kind of torture device!

    lee says:
  • Those Y chair is so much resemblance to the fin chair by matthew hilton. For more wooden chair visit [url=http://www.iheartwood.com] iheartwood [/url]

    hella says:

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