"Furniture presents a specific gesture in order to serve humans."
This project delves into the subjective nature of furniture through a series of iterative works - by redefining the relationship between furniture and the human body, gradually developing a furniture's unique body structure and establishing it as a species in its own right. Using clothing as a language and foundation for communication, the project acts as a bridge between the human body and furniture, fostering mutual learning, understanding, and adaptation. This transformative approach transcends the boundaries of traditional objects.
Clothing and furniture serve different goals, leading to significant disparities in their design. While clothing enhances and modifies the human figure, furniture conceals intricate technical aspects. These divergent objectives manifest in distinct forms—one loose, the other tight.
Fabric serves as the medium to facilitate an engaging discourse between furniture and the human body. Rigid furniture draws inspiration from the tailoring techniques of human clothing, acquiring volume and curves. Conversely, human clothing adjusts to the posture and manufacturing methods of furniture, enabling harmonious integration.