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用于走廊的Corridor Society家具
Corridor Society furniture can be used to transform hallways into social spaces


皇家艺术学院毕业生Seray Ozdemir为走廊设计了一套家具,这些家具针对生活在没有公共客厅家庭的千禧一代(1984-1995年出生的人)。

这套家具名为Corridor Society,它由4部分组成:拐角处的座位,组合座椅和衣架,可堆叠的单元架和一套壁挂式的靠垫。

Royal College of Art graduate Seray Ozdemir has created a collection of furniture for corridors, aimed at millennials who live in homes without communal living rooms.
Called Corridor Society, the collection features four pieces: a seat that wraps around corner, a combined seat and coat rack, a stackable shelving unit and a set of wall-mounted cushions.


多层次椅子安装着一系列不同水平的座椅,它们由金属结构支撑,同时可以当成衣架/Multi Level Lounger features a series of seats on different levels, supported by a metal structure that doubles as a coat rack




Ozdemir – a Turkish designer currently based in London – claims these items can be used to transform the "archaic" corridors of shared properties into functional social spaces.
She came up with the design after her research revealed that approximately half of shared flats in London do not have living rooms, as these spaces are usually rented out as extra bedrooms.
Her aim is to create new places for social interaction in this type of home.


3/4桌是一种带有综合桌子的座椅,绕在拐角处使用/3/4 Table is a seat with an integrated table, designed to wrap around a corner







"Flat sharers need to reappropriate spaces that are specifically designed for the nuclear family," said Ozdemir.
"The shared flat becomes a micro-neighbourhood where it actually is a house that consists of several houses. If corridors are what connect these room-houses, then they are more like streets than corridors," she stated.
"In this project, the corridor is transformed into an intermediary zone that works as a mechanism that brings tenants together and facilitates more social interaction, while still allowing the levels of privacy to be actively mediated by the tenants."
The largest design in the collection is Multi Level Lounger, which features a series of seats on different levels, supported by a metal structure that doubles as a coat rack.
"It gives tenants a different perception of their flat from an unusual vantage point while bringing back one of the fundamental functions of the corridor, which is creating a transition from urban to domestic," said Ozdemir.
The 3/4 Table is another seating element, with an integrated table. Shaped like a three-quarter circle, it is designed to wrap around a corner.


Spreading Hub是一组堆叠成架子的凳子/Spreading Hub is a set of stools that stack up to form a shelving unit

Spreading Hub是围绕着柱状灯堆叠成一组架子的凳子。


Spreading Hub is a set of stools that stack up to form a shelving unit. They wrap around a columnar light.
"When they are stacked together, they work as a standing table. When they are spread, they offer seats and tables to help transform the corridor into a geometry of conviviality," explained Ozdemir.


直立沙发为一系列适合身体不同部位的壁挂式坐垫/Standing Sofa is a series of wall-mounted cushions shaped to suit different body parts


Ozdemir设计的Corridor Society是他在皇家艺术学院(RCA)产品设计硕士课程的研究项目。


Finally, Standing Sofa is a series of wall-mounted cushions that are shaped to suit different body parts. "By encouraging different postures for leaning on the walls, they aim to prolong conversations and make people linger," added the designer.
Ozdemir created the Corridor Society as her graduate project from the RCA's Design Products masters programme.
It was on display at the graduate show, alongside brass tools designed to help train dancers and a portable cooking set for kitchenless millennials.







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