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Organic Loop and Single-Line Steel Drawings Contour the Doodle Collection

FDT Bureau

Uniqueness is inherent in the composition of the Doodle Collection’s chairs and table. Crafted by Leah Ring under her studio Another Human, these furnishings embody the essence of a blind contour drawing translated into three-dimensional reality. Know more about it on FUNRITURE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (FDT).

An embrace of disorder, asymmetry and an organic creative journey defines the genesis of these exceptional creations. Constructed from hand-bent and welded nickel-plated steel, each piece showcases intricate line patterns, while the table flaunts a gravity-defying resin top. Ring characterizes the crafting process of the Doodle Collection as liberating and exploratory, setting it apart from her studio’s previous furniture offerings.

The Doodle Collection, composed of two chairs and a table, embraces asymmetry and chaos, taking on the appearance of organic looping gestures. Despite the name, the furniture resembles single-line drawings, akin to blind contour sketches in 3D space. These unique pieces are crafted from hand-bent and welded nickel-plated steel, forming a captivating interplay between functional furniture and conceptual art. In contrast to the colourful and whimsical designs associated with Ring's studio, Another Human, the Doodle Collection introduces a monochromatic and single.

Image credit: Another Human




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