Bob Bench is inspired by the Memphis movement, where form does not have to follow function, and where design is about communication. It is a very graphical piece of furniture, which strives to communicate and attract attention to its presence. The bench is not just a piece of furniture, but also an image of entity and togetherness.
Materials: Iron and brass
Dimensions: 1100 x 1100 x 680 mm
REFORM is a much-needed new input, which gives designers a chance to play and to challenge.
Kevin Hviid graduated as architect in 2008 from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Today he works with designs, decoration and art projects, both in his own name and in collaborations. His work is characterized by an experimental and investigative approach in the fields of design, art, architecture and installation.
A driving force in a number of his furniture designs is a playful approach to form, the capability of form and to the architectural line. Most of his furniture has strong lines. He looks for the pure shapes of geometry and uses the body shape as inspiration for curves and arches. This combination creates complexity, but also a complete and pure expression, where man and function is the main focus.