Anderson Hsu

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Taipei, Taiwan

Anderson was born in Singapore, grew up in Taipei, upstate New York and Brooklyn. He graduated Pratt Institute with an Industrial Design degree. Aside from product design, he has always been interested in interior and architecture which led him to work at renowned interior design firms designing bespoke furniture and objects for luxury boutique hotels around the world. His design approach has been a balance between friendliness and sophistication. He believes good design is necessity curated in a way that awakens senses; good design is also finding familiarity in something that’s preconceived as unobtainable.

REVELO TRAVERTINO

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

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Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

REVELO TRAVERTINO

ODD_top.jpg

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

REVELO SERIES

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REVELO WHITE OAK BLACK

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

mono.oak4.jpg

REVELO WHITE OAK

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

ODD_top.jpg

REVELO WHITE OAK BLACK

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

REVELO WHITE OAK

ODD_top.jpg

Revelo plays with arches, and the calming quality of repetitive elements. The element of structural support is translated and inverted into texture and negative space. It highlights the bottom of the table/ seat and gives the user a nice surprise when they look and touch the table/ seat, where it is usually overlooked.

REVELO TRAVERTINO

Anderson Hsu