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Steve Leung's new furniture with HC28

by Leona Liu on Sep 21, 2015 in Products
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Steve Leung aims to make a difference with a new 'imperfect perfection’ furniture collection, Pianpian

Steve Leung Designers (SLD) has launched a special furniture collection, Pianpian, the first collaboration with the international original furniture brand HC28 at the China International Furniture Expo (Shanghai).

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Asymmetry scheme in the sofa series

The Pianpian living and dining room collection demonstrates an aesthetic concept of asymmetry in its sofa series, featuring two different materials to create a visual constrast. This is an idea also used on the coffee table and shelf design, creating an interesting visual effect and an intriguing user experience. With its carefully-planned functionality, the collection offers different combinations and design details such as rounded corners, emphasising its 'people-oriented' design spirit.

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The collection insists on the modern style of HC28

In addition to SLD’s signature design quality, a high quality of craftsmanship and attention to detail has been paid in terms of paint, wood and soft furnishings.

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Award-winning architect and interior designer Steve Leung and his Pianpian collection

Leung says he interprets the new collection as a process of thinking inspired by a series of "why" questions – why do things appear to be symmetrical? Why do they contain only one material ? Why can't we put two kinds of material together? Why does the division always be at the centre? Why can't it be at the side? Why does a chair always have two arms? The answers he found are exemplified in Pianpian, which will be launched internationally in October this year.

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