yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012
yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012
sep 12, 2012

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012

‘leaning light table’ by yenwen tseng

designer yenwen tseng is presenting new furniture pieces as part of the fresh taiwan exhibition at TENT london during the 2012 london design festival.

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 the lamp can be leaned against a wall, desk, cabinet etc.

‘leaning light table’ is composed of two supporting legs and a linear light source which connects them. the design can be leant against walls, a desk, or cabinet offering light for daily tasks such as reading, but also works as a wall wash light that changes the ambience of the room in which it is placed.

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 the light lit and unlit

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 ‘ladder coat rack’

‘ladder coat rack’ draws on the form and function of a ladder, and has two gestures for different usage. on one hand the two components can stand alone, with hinges that offer the user a variety of ways of hanging clothes, bags, umbrellas etc. when it is flat and leaned against the wall, it again brings for other possibilities of how the coat rack can be work, convertible according to one’s use and space arrangement.

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 the design as a stand alone coat rack

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 ‘big hands clock’

‘big hands clock’ is a timepiece conceived to explore the perception of time. by adjusting the proportion and relative position of the normal clock hands, hour and minute, the two hands interact inseparably and show various expressions of time at every moment.

yenwen tseng at TENT london 2012 the various expressions of the clock

  • where do I get that rack and clock!!!
    I love how the clock goes from sausage on a stick to cat stashes to fly to geisha head- dress and on and on..

    Natabee says:

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