Proportions of Stone by Lee Sisan

Proportions of Stone is a minimalist design by Sisan Lee. It is an experiment centered around the idea of basing furniture designs on stones found in nature. Tables, chairs, and other functional furniture pieces all feature stones of varying dimensions, creating a unique aesthetic. Steel plates are used to mount the stones and balance out their natural beauty with a man-made touch. The pieces thus created are an intriguing combination of nature and artifact, forming a harmonious mix that reflects the artist’s desire to bring balance between the two.

In 2018, Sisan Lee, a South Korean designer and artist born in 1995, established Studio LEESISAN. The design practice investigates the interconnection between humans, natural elements, and artifacts. Lee acquired his degree in interior design from Konkuk University and specializes in fabricating various components used to build up spaces. His creative process revolves around experimenting with diverse materials to invent a unique style of expression pertaining to their properties.

© Photography and words via Lee Sisan

Proportions of Stone by Lee Sisan
Proportions of Stone by Lee Sisan

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