Hyukjoon Choi

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Seoul, Korea

Hyukjoon Choi(b.1994) is a designer working on design, sculpture, craft and installation in Seoul. He is interested in the harmony and interaction between space and objects with people, and focuses more on the essence of materials, forms.

INVISIBLE SHELF

Invisible began with a concept of ‘what if a furniture is invisible?’. To make the furniture be considered as if it doesn’t exist though it actually exists, a space has been made with thin-layered reflecting materials. Even though the front, rear and new spaces reflected through the materials are totally separated from one another, new spaces can be discovered by connecting the reflecting parts of thin layers of the furniture. A Silhouette of the furniture can be described in different ways by the way you see and it can also cause an optical illusion of an object being floated when the object is displayed on the shelf.

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Invisible began with a concept of ‘what if a furniture is invisible?’. To make the furniture be considered as if it doesn’t exist though it actually exists, a space has been made with thin-layered reflecting materials. Even though the front, rear and new spaces reflected through the materials are totally separated from one another, new spaces can be discovered by connecting the reflecting parts of thin layers of the furniture. A Silhouette of the furniture can be described in different ways by the way you see and it can also cause an optical illusion of an object being floated when the object is displayed on the shelf.

INVISIBLE SHELF

ODD_top.jpg

Invisible began with a concept of ‘what if a furniture is invisible?’. To make the furniture be considered as if it doesn’t exist though it actually exists, a space has been made with thin-layered reflecting materials. Even though the front, rear and new spaces reflected through the materials are totally separated from one another, new spaces can be discovered by connecting the reflecting parts of thin layers of the furniture. A Silhouette of the furniture can be described in different ways by the way you see and it can also cause an optical illusion of an object being floated when the object is displayed on the shelf.

INVISIBLE SHELF

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

ODD_top.jpg

Invisible began with a concept of ‘what if a furniture is invisible?’. To make the furniture be considered as if it doesn’t exist though it actually exists, a space has been made with thin-layered reflecting materials. Even though the front, rear and new spaces reflected through the materials are totally separated from one another, new spaces can be discovered by connecting the reflecting parts of thin layers of the furniture. A Silhouette of the furniture can be described in different ways by the way you see and it can also cause an optical illusion of an object being floated when the object is displayed on the shelf.

INVISIBLE SHELF

Hyukjoon Choi