oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukue
 
oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukue
feb 23, 2013

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukue

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukueimage © stephanie wiegner

 

 

 

‘oneness’, the modular furniture system by japanese designers kyuhyung cho and hironori tsukue consists of two elements – a chair and a low table that can be combined into a open-standing shelf when stacked. the system can be extended vertically and horizontally by adding more chairs and tables, shifting the overall geometry and creating new relationships. built with finnish natural birch plywood, the sections become lightweight and easy to assemble; fixed together structurally by connecting each piece with a clip inserted in to small holes found on the corners of the seat and table.

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukuetwo chair and a low table

 

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukuebench

 

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukueopen shelf

 

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukueextended shelf

 

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukuejoint system

 

oneness modular shelving by kyuhyung cho + hironori tsukuehidden storage

 

 

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  • Intriguing. Though isn’t Kyuhyung Cho a Korean name?

    Luke

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