OBJECT O BY SEUNG-YONG SONG

SEUNG-YONG SONG
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A piece of furniture for days when you just can't

We’re currently in full-on winter hibernation mode, which is perhaps why we are so enamored with Seung-Yong Song’s Object O.

Made from white birch and Korean paper, Object O is at once chair, lamp and private hideaway. You can have a seat with with a book and shut out the world or simply use it as a mini-getaway when you’re feeling low.

The designer’s own description perhaps sums it up best:

“I have memories that I made a den somewhere in my house as a child – under the table, in the wardrobe, and in the attic – I created my own base and felt relieved as if I avoided enemies that were actually non-existent. My own secret space at the moment which was comfortable and protected, better than a huge mansion, the coziness of the space like a bird’s nest isn’t what we dream basically?”

Indeed.

OBJECT O BY SEUNG-YONG SONG

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