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Tim Kwok Cocoon Lounge Chair
Cocoon Lounge Chair is Golden Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Award Category.
Cocoon Lounge Chair

Cocoon Chair was inspired by how silkworm develops cocoon. Cocoon Chair uses continuous line randomly looped around a frame structure to create a woven form that serves as a lounge chair, the woven line form present the texture of cocoon and the rocking motion presents the experience of the floating nature of the cocoon.The minimal structure was considered based on the lightless feeling of the cocoon. The outcome is a minimal structure that represents a natural comfort form that serves as a functional piece of furniture which called “Cocoon”

Cocoon Lounge Chair
Tim Kwok Cocoon
Tim Kwok Lounge Chair
Tim Kwok design
Tim Kwok design
Tim Kwok

Timmy Kwok is a product designer graduated from RMIT University in 2011. She is now working as a professional product designer in Hong Kong. She loves art and especially interested in how can art integrated with ergonomics. Besides, she is also a nature lover, she believes nature is the source of design, the best designer. From this belief, she often inspires by how evolutionary processes give rise to all species and finally become what we see today. She thinks evolution just like design processes, all species have to keep on developing themselves to fit in nature. In design part, she likes to develop aesthetic nature form that follows the basic function of the object, this is also her primarily design theory, she thinks an outstanding design is telling people what it is just by its form.

Tim Kwok

Timmy Kwok is a product designer graduated from RMIT University. She is now working as a professional product designer in Hong Kong. She loves art and especially interested in how can art integrated with ergonomics. Besides, she is also nature lover, she believes nature is the source of design. Few years before she was inspired by how silkworm develop cocoon, this is how she starts the project “Cocoon”.