South Korean furniture designer Sang Hoon Kim finds inspiration for his works in architecture, and creates pieces that define spaces, all while adding beauty to an environment. Kim’s interest in architecture has allowed him to apply the methods and elements of architecture to his works. It is Kim’s belief that furniture should be regarded as another dimension of architecture. The pieces he creates are rhythmically geometric in their construction and feature a great deal asymmetrical balance. His works function not only as space dividing units, but also as a connection between the two spaces; simultaneously possessing harmony and rhythm, along with a sense of haphazard instability.
Sang Hoon Kim
78.74 x 124.46 x 83.82 (35.56 seat) cm
New York City