Client

Table of Contents - Portland, WA

Location

Available at store and through website.

Completion Date

08/01/2013

Contributors/Team

Mike Brady
Matt Olson
Sammie Warren

External Links

Table of Contents

Design is often thought of as a reductive, iterative method of problem solving that, in the end, produces a material-based solution. But we like to think of the end as the beginning. And just like we are always becoming something different as we pass through time, so should our objects. Leaving things open might enable this process to happen in a more present or recognizable manner.

Table of Contents is one of our favorite shops. We were so happy to work with them.

Furniture and Objects

RO/LU 4
ToC

Table of Contents asked us to make something, a bookshelf of sorts, based on words and ideas of Issey Myake. We made “Clothing for Books (after Sculpture)” in attempt to make an ambiguous sculptural form that can easily become something different.

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There’s seeing
and smelling and
touching and moving
and time and memory
and… there’s no
hierarchy.