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    Cross is an upholstered chair and stool, part of my upscale universe. Few years after making my Pinsofa 1, resembling a pin cushion with colorfu… Read More
    Cross is an upholstered chair and stool, part of my upscale universe. Few years after making my Pinsofa 1, resembling a pin cushion with colorful pins, I began to work on the design of a furniture collection that follows the same design method; “sketch-modeling”. The individual pieces of this collection are dissimilar in their forms although all made according to the same concept: taking everyday objects to first make small-scale furniture models and then enlarging them to the desired scale to achieve life-size pieces. This approach leads to unusual objects and situations upturning the ordinary context and pieces of furniture becoming individual characters. The final objects are an upholstered chair and a stool, both of which, following the same creative principle, resulted – after long technical experimentation – from enlarging mockups made from tile spacers to about twenty-fold its size. Read Less
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Cross is an upholstered chair and stool, part of my upscale universe.
Few years after making my Pinsofa 1, resembling a pin cushion with colorful pins, I began to work on the design of a furniture collection that follows the same design method; “sketch-modeling”.  The individual pieces of this collection are dissimilar in their forms although all made according to the same concept: taking everyday objects to first make small-scale furniture models and then enlarging them to the desired scale to achieve life-size pieces. This approach leads to unusual objects and situations upturning the ordinary context and pieces of furniture becoming individual characters.
The final objects are an upholstered chair and a stool, both of which, following the same creative principle, resulted – after long technical experimentation – from enlarging mockups made from tile spacers to about twenty-fold its size.
Materials used: Oak, Kvadrat Tonica

This Project was part of Moholy-Nagy László Design Grant 2016
photos: Mihály Demeczky