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“Cutting Edge Chair” 

Cutting Edge Chair
The idea for this chair is derived from the unique joint between two materials: steel rod and teak wood. The steel rod is designed with specific "voids" to lock the wooden structure in place. The joint is made more interesting by the slicing of the wood to draw attention to the beauty of wood's surface. Cutting Edge Chair can be used both indoors and outdoors.







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2012

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Mr. JAKKAPUN CHARINRATTANA (GOLF)


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  3. Email : golf.studio248@gmail.com

  4. Call (66)89 4811 892 (Thailand)

“Mobile library and Mobile laundry”
 
Different spaces in the house exude different characteristics that influence our way 
of using each particular space. Similarly, when it comes to reading, the type of book 
also determines the specific time and space where it will be read. For instance, most 
people begin reading the newspaper as a morning routine on the dining table, enjoy 
reading magazines in the toilet, and end their day with a night-time novel on the bed. 
As people move around the house for different reading experiences, the conventional
“static” bookshelf might no longer be valid. The Mobile ...... 

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“OOs Collection” 

The OOS Collection consists of coffee and bedside table, and ceiling lamp. The main idea behind this is the simplicity of the “joints” between the metal plate and the wood. The wood holds the metal plate through a slit that allows the plate to be “locked” at  perpendicular angle to the floor without any screw.






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“POKKO CHAIR” 

















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“Lazy Umbrella Stand” 

With the structure made entirely from steel wires, this umbrella stand complements a simple function with a carefully thought-out form. Wide opening at the top enables easy placement of the umbrella. The beech wood base is specially designed with an opening that shifts slightly towards the front, so when the umbrella is placed inside, it naturally leans towards the back, like an umbrella taking a rest.







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“3legged Magazine Table” 

This magazine rack doubles as a side table. Steel plates are carefully shaped to create the perfect angle to house your favourite magazines while leaving a flat top surface with just enough space for your favourite drink to enjoy while reading. The wooden legs provide structure and stability, and at the same time give the Three-legged Magazine Table a unique character.








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“Miror Miror” 


















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“Blossom Fruit Bowl” 

A combination of different forms and functions, the Blossom Fruit Bowl marries a fruit bowl and a flower vase. Placing a simple flower and a fruit makes the Blossom Fruit Bowl come alive as a masterpiece on your table, exuding natural colours of nature. Steel wires are carefully shaped, one by one, to create a sunken surface to cradle the fruits while leaving the edges afloat for ease of holding. The cone-shaped part of the steel wires embraces a terracotta vase, topped a neat little helper: a grid that helps hold the flowers in place so that they do not flop to the sides.



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2013