Noiz Architects Creates the 'Wireframe Collection'

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Jul 30, 2014 • References: noizarchitects & designboom
The Wireframe Collection is a design by Noiz Architects for a museum in Taipei, whose goal is to bring more awareness to art in the local area. This furniture by Noiz is meant to achieve this goal through producing a distinct set of table and chairs that exude a raw aesthetic.

The furniture is made from steel rods, so it is not the most comfortable to sit on most likely. According to DesignBoom, "these pieces are deliberately constructed to resemble raw outlines in three-dimensional computer modelling software to develop a sense of illusion against reality." Looking at them from various angles, the designs do exude the look of a rendering one would find on a computer.

Noiz Architects executed this project with a keen eye for detail.

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