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Twodesigners | Kork, table and lighting

Design | February 11, 2013 |

Kork table by Twodesigners © Twodesigners

Twodesigners | Kork, table and lighting

KORK proposes to start from the simple and usual cork and realize a family of objects based on the connection between different elements. Every combination has its own identity as well on a visual level as on a functional level. Every piece is composed of a metal hooping in which two elements enter and combine.

Kork lighting by Twodesigners © Twodesigners

The use of cork as a material has many advantages and guarantees an assembly without using any paste or screw. The metal hooping compresses the two elements and creates a mechanical solidity. So in its use the concept proposes a multitude of possible assemblages based on some basic cork pieces, transforming the object along with every new combination. Saving raw material was also a priority in our research subverting the image of the simple cork, this family of objects is based on the connection between the various typologies.

Kork, multifunctional by Twodesigners © Twodesigners

Jonathan Rodrigue and Strouwen Honvoh share a passion for graphic design and street art. After graduating at the School of Arts in Liège pocket, they start to collaborate on various projects with Mocka design and in 2008 they found Twodesigners studio. Their work, with his own poetry – both playful and quirky – inspires and guides Jonathan Rodrigue and Strouwen Honvoh day by day. Multifunctional and modular, their creations tell stories.

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