korean design

Lee Yun Hee is a very popular Korean ceramic artist. Her ceramic works consists of layers of variously sized unitsRead More →

Merge Series Okim Studios

The scenery of Tongdosa, a Buddhist monastery in yang-san, gyeongsangnam-do, and its basic, serene surroundings inspired Okkim studio for the merge series. Artificial stone stacks known as makdoltap can be found on the approach to Korean temples, with each piece carrying a wish or prayer for good fortune. The merge series is similar to the makdoltap. The many tables may be stacked or separated. Each element is engraved with the designer’s desire for happiness and good luck.Read More →

Colourful foam furniture

This unique foam furniture is inspired by meteorites and is painted bold to add impact to the space Celestial theme is very popular now, various celestial bodies are incorporated into home and event decor. If you are looking for a non-traditional and bold way to add such trendy touches to your home decor, we have a cool idea for you!Read More →

demonstrated this best in Los Angeles, where he depicted a black woman donning a traditional Korean hanbok. โ€œIt was to show that black beauty and hanbok can come together to create something even more beautiful,โ€ he explained in an Instagram post. โ€œRead More →

Korean studio Everyday Practice is constantly challenging its own design methodologies. Not only working in two-dimensional print, the studio, founded by Kwon Joonho, Kim Kyung-chul and Kim also expands its creative practice across a multitude of digital and experiential platforms.Read More →

Korean Design Institute

Korea Institute of Design Promotion (KIDP) was originally entitled the Korea Design Packaging Centre. KIDP’s underlying aims were to stimulate Korea’s export trade by promoting better design standards in Korean products and improving the quality of design in daily life.Read More →

Studio Maฬs Design Lamp

Studio Mรกs, known for designing products and furniture that are simple yet unique, released their Lamp Mรกs in 2018. Created especially for the 2018 Young Retro Seoul Design Festival, Lamp Mรกs was inspired by analogical behaviour and retro-like colour and shape and designed to have a beautiful balance between the pull switch and the lamp body.Read More →

First Television in Korea | Design Object

The 1960s saw the introduction of the first residential electronic items, one after the other. In August 1966, ‘Goldstar’ began developing television and developed the first home television VD-19. ‘VD-191’ is a 19-inch black-and-white television with a four-legged in the form of a table on a television tube method for home use.Read More →