TRID, transformable furniture that can be used from birth to adulthood, with three different functions: cradle, bouncer and chair. It has two different rockers which give the user comfortable swinging movements and seating experiences. These curvatures are based on the research that a sharper rocker is comfortable for people with a smaller build while a more gentle rocker is comfortable for those with a larger frame. This furniture can be assembled in various shapes by yourself with a hex key, so this can be kept flat when not in use, saving cost and space for replacement. Therefore, the TRID is a multifunctional piece of furniture which can be continuously utilized by changing the application to the one suited to the growing process of a human.
自主制作 / Self Study
2018 ASIA DESIGN AWARD 2018, Winner 2017 RADO STAR PRIZE 2017, Shortlisted
This is a modular bath product which can be continuously utilized by changing the application to the one suited to the growing process of a child. This can be used for a long time, so it help to save cost and space for replacement. For example, the each products can be a seat or a step which are usable for children of all years and changeable into an optimum height in response to the growth of the child or purpose. The six products can be stacked together neatly and tidy on the same place, saving the space when not in use. Hence, this product is suitable to use space efficiently in a bathroom of small apartment.
House of Matとは2Dのフラットスペースだけでなく、3D立体を作ることができるジョイントマット。 正方形、長方形、三角形の3種類のマットで構成されており、マットを組み合わせることで、さまざまなスペースやカタチを生み出すことができる。立体を作るためのシンプルな構造にするために、木組みのような凹凸とマジックテープがついており、立体的にお互いをジョイントすることができる。立体的な思考を養うのに最適な、遊び心満載のジョイントマット。
This is a joint mat with simple structure used as making flat space or 3D. The design brief is to design a joint mattress for kids, having a playful function.It consists of 3 different types of mats; square, rectangle and triangle, and it helps to make various spaces and sharps.
This is a simple stool inspired from a famous Japanese mountain, Mt. Fujiyama. The stool is made from MAPKA materials. The stools can be stacked on the same place. The height of the stool is 377.6 millimeter high to reflect Mt. Fuji’s height of 3,776 meters. From my research based on agronomics, the center hole on the top is 70 mm in diameter to hold and to carry it easy. The top of the seat is slightly indented along a hip. There’re the large kindness for sitting on this with just a little indentation. This indented form would provide comfort to user. I adjusted the ratio of white and blue colors in order to look beautiful when user sits on it and they stack it on the same place. Thus, the beautiful ratio between the two colors was one-to-two. The Mt Fuji Stool can be recyclable and renewable, so the sustainable design is able to last over the 100 years. The project will contribute to a sustainable society.
This is a simple stackable stool having a sophisticated form and function. The brief mentions that a stool focusing on the space saving which a common constraint is a greater challenge. The product is stackable, so user can store several stools on the same space as one. The name of this product is ‘Stool A’ because one idea which inspired me more to design a stool is ‘A’ letter having common and friendly forms. The form helps to keep simple, and it can be recognized at a glance as a stool. In addition, the gentle curves allows the design to fully ensure strength and to be stackable. The stacking process is really simple, and user don’t need to use tools.
Dimensions : H 45cm x W 40cm x D 35cm 自主制作 /Self Study