were legendary sea monsters of gargantuan size, said to have dwelt off the coasts of Norway and Iceland roaming around a pillaging.
Kraken is a small octopus that captures everything around her, and with its 7 tentacles of different sizes (there could be even more) that helps you with scarves, bags and coats not to get in your way.
Kraken is made from three parts:
> 1. The base- its height is 70cm, and is made of wood (whose lower part is painted in white), its amorphous shape is taken from the old drawings of sea creatures,
> 2. Pillar – its height is 140cm, made of metal and the shape of the screw,
> 3. 7 (or more) hangers made of metal- r = 1.5 cm, each has different dimensions, with a ring that perfectly lies on the pole and whose role is to adjust its height and position by turning.
The main task is to be adapted to your needs, so that he can enter the base and be a total height of 150cm, or be drawn to the max and have a height of 200cm, which can be useful if you want to put more hooks or to hang long coats that are dragged across the floor.
is a a height-adaptable table- a perfect family table.
For a Japanese lunch with sitting on the floor, parents dinner with children, fast breakfast, or a mini party where it becomes a bar table.
Nannou table consists of 6 of the same " plates", i.e. plates for lunch- each one of them has same measures- 60x50cm. The structure is made of metal and consists of two parts: a stable base that provides a form of letter "s" and six pillars that carry "the plates" and with possibility to adjusts height, if necessary, and in any given situation: Japanese lunch with sitting on the floor, parents dinner with children (where the height adjusts to the child and his/her chair), fast breakfast, or a mini party where it becomes a bar table. The minimum height of the table is 50cm, and maximum 110cm.
is designed to be a chair that will be used primarily in youth clubs, workshops or open spaces.
The prototype is made of metal and coloured black with 40% shine. The original idea is that the chair is made of plastic, and in different colours, so it would be easy to move around or stack on a pile, depending on its use.
Kendra was exhibited on "Dan D" Zagreb 2010.
YONDER MAGNETIK is a collaboration between an architect Nataša Vukosavljević
and a self-taught creative Nebojša Gornjak
, founded in the winter of 2009.
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