Dressed-Up Furniture by Kamkam

Dressed-Up Furniture by Kamkam

Aaron Able
Nov 30, 2010

This unique collection of furniture from Korean studio Kamkam takes a lesson from fashion and uses materials and closures that are more typically used in fashion rather than furniture — elastic, buttons, belts, zippers and soft pliable upholstery. The encasing in soft felt (in place of doors) invites users to roll, twist, fold and drape their storage.

Based in Seoul, Kamkam has many inspiring projects on their website.

For more images and information about the collection, see The Contemporist | The Dressed-Up Furniture Series by Kamkam.

Images: Kamkam

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