Heejin Lee 05.06.1983, Korea Education: Domus Academy, 2014; Hongik University, B.A. Industrial design, Seoul, Korea, 2008 Work: Exhibition company Sigongtech, 2007-2013; Bottle story museum, 2013; Changwonsi underground shopping mall, 2013; Seoul new city hall, 2012; World intangible heritage centre, 2012; Namyangju organic museum, 2010; Korea cartoon museum, 2008; Korea job world, 2007-10 Awards: Domus Academy scholarship competition with GUFRAM third prize, 2013; Seoul metro car wrapping design grand prize, 2010; International public design award grand prize, 2009; LG interior design accepted, 2007; KIID (Korea institute of interior design) special award, 2006 Junhyun Park 12.28.1981, Korea Education: Domus Academy, 2014; Kyungwon University, B.E. Interior Architecture, Korea, 2007 Work: Exhibition company Sigongtech, 2007-2013; Bottle story museum, 2013; Nak-dong river peace memorial museum, 2013; National museum of Korean contemporary history, 2011; G20 Seoul Summit 2010-Red Zone Design, 2010; Yi sun shin museum, 2009; King Sejong museum, 2009; Hansol paper museum, 2008; Daegu-Gyeongbuk Design Centre, 2008; Korea advertising museum, 2007 Awards: Domus Academy scholarship with INTERNI third prize, 2013; Tsinghua-Kyungwon university interior workshop excellent, 2005; KIID (Korea institute of interior design) 2006 award; KSDA (Korea space design association) special award- 2006
Change of Form-Light-Emotion
Like a flamboyant wings of a peacock. Unexpected transformation of light.
It is a design developed from focusing on the characteristics and habits of peacocks.
The motif was based on the characteristics of the bird, scintillating its eyes to the female when trying to show off to her, and on the structure of the fan that has been passed on from ancient times in Asia. Depending on the degree of spreading its wings it transforms into lighting that makes diverse lights and shadows. The peacock’s wings are accentuated by the elegant patterns and light made by the overlapping and rotation of each piece making a soft shadow on the wall, creating a different mood.
Wings and patterns: The modularized wing where each piece has the same width, height, length, and pattern follows the principle of the fan. They are placed so that they can overlap each other and rotate 360 degrees. Also as each piece together makes a 3 dimensional surface it was designed to have, like a piece of architecture, structural form and beauty. Furthermore, these surfaces enabled the main lighting’s light to be expanded. The circular patterns on each wing piece create a new line pattern and it can display a more elegant style when all of them are fanned out. One can also expect the effect of light peeping through the empty crevices of the patterns.
Body standing: It is like a bird nurturing its egg, but within the open wireframe the light shines. It is the central axis of the wing as well as for the light.
Material: white plastic is a material fit to highlight the elegant yet flamboyant bird’s image and white which is effective in accentuating the spread of light, patterns, and shades was used.
MATERIAL Plastic COLOUR White DIMENSIONS 1piece 40~60 X 400 X 3(mm) Whole product 500 X 400 X 200(mm) 2000(g) LAMP E27,max. 60W