Grace Choy, who just lately graduated from the architecture system at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, also won the school’s yearly Vellum Furniture Design and style Competition with her ambiguous metal sculpture, Möbi. Not only did she get the first spot award, she also won an all-bills paid trip to Milan to Salone del Mobile (Quite sweet if you ask us)!
The winning piece is an ambiguous metal sculpture and furnishings piece in which perform is defined by the consumer. By intentionally retaining the function indeterminable, it provides the consumer the likelihood to develop their very own piece of furniture by using their creativity.
In its default position, Möbi has the factors of a chair and may be employed that way. At closer glance, there are a lot more, seemingly non-common factors which provoke believed in the user, making them wonder why it might be there.
These ideas lead to the idea that there may possibly be more prospects with the piece, like performance as a chair, table, or even artwork. Basically, it adjustments the room it inhabits by the desires of the consumer.