Room For Milk is a multidisciplinary studio that focuses on flexibility, and personalization with unique narratives. Through this concept, individuals have the ability to accessorize and influence, thus making it their own.
Adaptable Living is a concept that shows how allowing the individual to customize and change their furnishings around their own lifestyle, creates a new connection and awareness to ones own furniture. Thus, creating a comfortable and fun living.
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Flexibility and personalization as the key features, it can be placed in multiple places around the home or office. The shelves can be positioned into a straight position; catty corner to match the angle of the walls; or simply become a partition. The main frame allows it to function as a clothes hanger, or simply as a personal home gallery where photos and art can be displayed inside the frame. The inspiration for this feature is to allow the user to experience a whole new way of interacting with furniture, just by having easy and multiple mobility and functionality.
The Flap Mirror's design offers an interesting aesthetic to ones home. The flaps allow easy mobility to turn while on the wall, and also, can be used as a small placement surface for objects. Finally, you can use the flaps as handles, thus turning the mirror into a useable and uniquely modern vanity tray.
"Light Cradle" is a lighting fixture with features inspired by the comforting nature of the baby cradle and rocking stool. A simple gesture drawn transversally, mimicking a single stroke of a brush creates a sensation of openness in the spatial framework with balance. It is produced with the help of the latest 3D-pipe bending technology allowing for precise adjustments. The pipe is carefully transformed into a self-righting LED light fixture with warm directional light to integrate the light that surrounds us.
Diamond Fuji is a ceramic candleholder that can be positioned in two ways. The first is positioned like a standard candleholder. When the candle melts down to the base, it creates the appearance of Mt. Fuji and its snowcapped peak. Then, just by flipping it into a teacup candle, it resembles "diamond Fuji," which is when the sunrise pokes over the peak of Mt. Fuji and reflects off the lake in front of it. Not only does this function as a candleholder, but it also makes for a great artistic decorative piece that exhibits Japan's most iconic landmark.
The Segment Vase is simple in appearance but diverse in function. Constructed out of wood, the two portions can be attached to make a wider and complete vase, or simply used separately as two smaller vases. If used separately, they can hang on the wall, placed on a table or shelve, or used as bookend holders. With a variety of different usages and styles, this is no ordinary vase.