It’s LIQUID Competition: Dandelion Stool by MOISSUE | ITSLIQUID

It’s LIQUID Competition: Dandelion Stool by MOISSUE

Calls | October 3, 2012 |

It’s LIQUID Competition: Follow us and WIN a Dandelion Stool by MOISSUE

It’s LIQUID has teamed up with MOISSUE to give away one of their Dandelion Stool.

Congratulations to the winner! Stefania Ciraci from Italy.
This competition is now closed.

MOISSUE always likes to challenge the limit of craft. After a primitive survey on the structure of Taiwan woodwork industry has been done, they decided to integrate traditional techniques and introduce the thinking mode of “Factory Big Volume – Finished Products Small Volume” to proceed with design. With limited technical condition and environment, Dandelion subverts the stereotypical image of wooden furniture and serves a stunning visual feast – warm and strong.

Life needs more blossom of light and imagination”. Designer Tus Jung Kuo cleverly shows its design concept with the form of a dandelion. Dandelion is a piece of complex concept furniture. It can be an artwork in space, it can be a wooden stool, or even it can be a magazine rack. In different spaces, it has different functions and tells different life narration. All of it depends on your imagination for life and space.

Like seasoning for life and emotion, Dandelion gives a pleasant and warm atmosphere in living space. MOISSUE hopes to wake up everyone’s memories of the flavors of “life” by means of their insistence in high quality production in Taiwan.

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