Russian designer Oleg Soroko transports us in a parallel and fluid dimension through his works – a fictitious world where nature is deeply understood and rewritten through processes of distortion, erosions, and adaptation of ergonomic parameters.
Identifying a strikingly distinctive style, the parametric furniture of After Form has been integrated into interior office projects as well as exterior public spaces. The creation is the result of Parametric technology, which allows generating a self-organizing system, that is, to open the essence of the universe as an infinite variety of possible self-organising systems.
Dimensions: L - 4460 mm W - 1200 mm H - 1210 mm.
Materials: Birch Plywood/Metal Rods/Osmo oil 9
The design has got originally published in the Special Milan Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine. It is part of the 100 Designs from across the world captured at Milan Design Week 2019.
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