The process of creation involves difficult aspects and several variables the author must handle. Problems based on the use, cost, production and technique must be carefully analyzed and solved parallel to the beauty, style, and aesthetic portion which make the object respond to the social wellbeing.
“Nothing remains the same during our lives, furniture neither”………says Arch.Silvia Winer.
The designs are part of a transformation ideology which includes modular and componible systems with great adaptability and transformation to our children’s growth by turning them into wall furniture or as room divisors in order to create new spaces.
The componible system consists of a group of horizontal and vertical bars, easy to assemble, creating opened or closed shelves that could be easily used as wall furniture or room divisors.
The Kola Chair for babies or adults has movable or gradable seats and also feet holders for the small ones. (It’s a reproduction of the original design of a sweden designer )
We live in a world that is constantly changing so designs must adapt to the changeable needs of users.
Furniture based on a modular system is a versatile way of adapting to the different changes in different spaces.
In every home, some spontaneous changes are taking place very fast and they sometimes can agree or not with the life cycle of each person. The home equipment must adapt to the different cycles matching the adaptability to the different functional requirements.
Hospital equipment, apart from playing a functional and technological role, must provide an attractive and colorful aesthetic for the patient who needs a warm image to make his stay at Hospital more agreeable.