Asaf Yogev's "Hox" series, reexamines the function and role of furniture in our lives.

Asaf Yogev's “Hox” series, reexamines the function and role of furniture in our lives. His soft and foldable chairs offer new ways for us to engage with our domestic surroundings.

Yogev explains:

‘Exploring what happens when we sit on something soft, and how it changes slightly with our body, led me to take the change that happens in cushioned upholstery.(…) I wanted to create a different and surprising object when one sits on it. the pieces I developed were influenced by my inability to see an empty chair in a room – chairs that were lacking because no one is sitting in them. All this led me to create an object that looks whole within the space even when no one is sitting on it.'

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