In the final video showcasing the finalists of Dezeen and LG Display's OLEDs Go! competition, Yunchik Lee and Bomi Kim discuss their design for an OLED display that can be easily moved and rearranged for use in different rooms.
Named Trollie, Kim and Lee's design utilises OLED display technology to create an adaptable household object that can be used in a variety of different ways.
The design features a slim OLED display that magnetically attaches to a small trolley, which can be wheeled from room to room.
The screen can be shifted into various positions and orientations, allowing the user to adapt the product so it can be used for a wider range of activities than a traditional TV.
In addition to the screen, small storage baskets can also be clipped onto the frame to increase the functionality of the design.
The design makes use of the lightness and thinness of OLED panels, which makes the screen easy to manoeuvre.
The designers envision it could be used for a wide range of different work and leisure activities at home.
"Due to the pandemic, our homes now function as our offices, our gyms and our social spaces," said Kim in the video, which Dezeen shot on location in Seoul, South Korea.
"Our product was designed to adapt to this new concept of a multipurpose home."
The finalists were selected from 20 shortlisted designs, which included shelves that conceal a rollable screen, a table that doubles as a TV and an immersive baby crib.
The overall winner of the contest will be announced in June.
All of the top five designers will share in the prize pot of €46,000, with the winner receiving €15,000, the runner-up €10,000, and the remaining three finalists receiving €7,000 each.
OLEDs Go! is a partnership between Dezeen and LG Display. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.