Bram Boo


Move the boundary between design and functionality so far as to be able to produce something that is destabilizing to the eye, but continues to be used in everyday life? A challenge is not just that he decided to take the Belgian designer Bram Boo with his furniture. Right in the profile on the website explains his attitude: ditching the rules to discover new ideas and emotions associated with aesthetic and functional use.

It seems like a really ‘exploded’ to Bram Boo: elements reassembled and twisted, space to store the objects that remain unchanged, but not where it usually falls. Selected in the category ‘Designer of the Year’ for the 2010 edition of “Intereiur, often receives responses to his controversial work. They are probably just what I wanted.

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