29 August 2009

small architecture or LARGE furniture?

from FRAME magazine's design directory: For his degree project, Worapong Manupipatpong examined the three-dimensional territories of architecture and furniture by investigating how the notion of architecture can influence furniture design (or the other way around) . . . Manupipatpong: 'I’m intrigued by particular spaces and things when they can’t be classified exactly; something in-between. My project can be seen as something in-between because it is hard to define. Whether it is extra small architecture or an extra large piece of furniture, it is somewhere in-between these aspects of scale and function.'

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