Inspired by the unique look of the wireframe display, Taiwan’s Noiz Architects created a unique furniture collection after being approached by the National Taipei University of Education to create ‘digitalized objects’ for their museum lobby.
…Using three-millimeter black steel rods, the designs were bent and twisted to resemble how the objects would like during a phase in the CAD development process. The entire collection includes a reception counter, bookshelves, a chair, a table, a sofa and even plants to perhaps show how the geometric properties aren’t so much different than how biological structures are created in the real world:
While the the status in the comfort department leaves much to be desired, the furniture would look brilliant in a white room. You can check out more on the Wireframe Collection and other work over at Noiz Architects….
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