Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture

21.03.2018 - Dries Tack

Contemporary materials, crafting techniques, and modern know-how meet in the works of Amorce Studio. Set up by Vincent Long and William Fournié the design studio puts their focus on the social aspect of furniture. With that in mind they develop everyday items and design public spaces. Their production is poetic, pure, and straightforward.

Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique

The studio is participating in SaloneSatellite design fair in Milan next month. There they will represent Belgium with felt stool Amar and shelving unit Rack.

Amar is a stool made of felt. The felt base plate is cut and grooved with a digital cutter and the outside is bordered with a rope. Thanks to the specific cutting, folding, and the material characteristics, the mat transforms into a chair just by pulling on the rope.

Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique
Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique
Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique

Rack is a modular shelving unit comprising two parts: a folded plastic tray (PMMA) and a perforated ash stand. It can be built in several directions or the shelving unit can be extended; the number and level of the shelves can also be varied.

Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique
Amorce Studios writes Haikus with furniture- Belgian Boutique

SaloneSatellite fair in Milan will also host the works of Paulineplusluis, Gewoon David, Leila Boukhalfa, and Laurent Verly.

More info: Amorce Studio, Milan design fair SaloneSatellite

 

Portrait © Louis Barbe

Amar © Samuel Arnaud 

Rack © Amorce

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