The Object-O by Seung-Yong Song Creates a Private Space

By: Ana Lopez - Published: Jan 31, 2012 • References: seungyongsong
The Object-O by Seung-Yong Song was inspired by the designer's childhood memories. The Korean artist always dreamed about having his own secret space where he could felt protected from enemies. This need for personal space led him to design this gorgeous piece.

Consisting of a chair enclosed by Korean paper shaped as a globe, this furniture piece creates a cozy retreat from the hectic world. Like a curtain, the paper can be pulled down or up according to the user's preferences. Additionally, this chair comes with a lamp, which gracefully illuminates the area and makes it more comfortable to perform activities like reading.

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