DMY Berlin 09: designer Flip Selin of German design group Coordination presented his Crush sofa and NoVolume nesting tables at the Made in Berlin exhibition as part of DMY Extended in Berlin last week.
The Crush seating consists of two chaise longues, which can be combined to form a sofa.
The angular, upholstered surfaces are supported by a white-painted metal frame and are "inspired by current trends for faceted surfaces in architecture".
The NoVolume nesting tables (below) are made of powder-coated steel and comprise thin, sheet-steel tops that are folded down over their frames at each corner.
Coordination is a Berlin design studio made up of architects Tilman Thürmer and Jochen Gringmuth, and product designer Flip Selin.
Photographs by Katja Hiendlmayer.
Here's a bit of text from Coordination:
This two seater sofa or chaise is exploring folded planes as ergonomic surfaces and static structures. The elegant mid-sized seater is suitable for private or corporate seating and reveals dynamic views from all perspectives.
NoVolume nesting tables
With attention to outline, air and voids, this totally asymmetric pair of nesting tables almost vanishes within a white environment. The cold white hue visually blends porcelain on the tables.
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