This set of furniture design gets inspiration from China's traditional educational toys, Kong Ming Lock, which is also called The Eight Diagrams Lock or Lu Ban Lock. It is said to been designed by a famous carpenter Lu Ban in ancient China, and then refined by Zhu Ge Liang with the Eight Diagrams. It keeps balance by tenon-and-mortise joint, without any metal support. It is the manifestation of the Chinese people's great wisdom.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This set of furniture design gets inspiration from China's traditional educational toys, Kong Ming Lock, which is also called The Eight Diagrams Lock or Lu Ban Lock. Opening it seems like solving a puzzle, which emphasizes the interaction between the user and the furniture, also enhancing the fun of using furniture. Combined with the modular design of modern design, the whole design’s style looks simple and modern.
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FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
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interactivity， Chinese traditional culture， interest， riddle， Kongming Locking
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Fei Fan Li, 2016.