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Cheoma Stool / 2020
Donghwan Song, Pyeori Jung

Collaboration Project with Pyeori Jung

The Cheoma Stool embodies the captivating repetitive and symmetrical aesthetics found at the eaves end of Hanok, a traditional Korean house. Drawing inspiration from this architectural element, the stool's design captures the essence of balance and harmony. The affordance of the curved metal plate in the stool design harmoniously aligns with its functionality, providing users with a versatile seating option. This feature ensures that the stool is intuitively usable and adaptable to different contexts.

Crafted from a single piece of aluminum sheet, the manufacturing process involves laser cutting for precision, Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding for seamless joins, and a powder coating finish. The use of aluminum allows for lightweight yet durable construction, while the powder-coated finish enhances the stool's visual appeal and offers a wide range of color combinations. By combining these manufacturing techniques, the Cheoma Stool showcases a remarkable blend of functionality, aesthetics, and versatility. The thoughtful design and meticulous production process result in a visually striking and robust piece of furniture that can effortlessly complement various interior settings.

Prototyping test in The Hague, NL
Manufactured in Seoul, KR

Photographed by Donghwan Song

Illustration by Pyeori Jung

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