They all start with four ordinary legs touching the ground, made of wooden, leading up to a white-lacquered seat, but from there out the differences dwarf the similarities between these offbeat pieces.
Seung-Yong Song started with a set meant to encompass a bed when tucked together side-to-side and front-to-front, but serving all the other furniture functions of a bedroom (shelving, storage and so forth) on the sides.
Beyond that, the series gets increasingly whimsical with a giant lamp shade to give you illuminated privacy for reading, and a series of shelves and ladders to make maximum use of vertical space.
“With a double major in sculpture and design, he pursues the optimum value and quality of a work through his overall knowledge in design techniques, including concept derivation, designing and production technique. After completing the bachelor’s and master’s degrees in design at École Supérieure d’Art et de Design de Reims in France in 2009, he has worked in many furniture and luxury brand projects, with French designers such as Claudio Colucci and Jean Marc Gady.”