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Origanally from North Sumatra, Indonesia, Budiman went on to finished his degree in three dimensional design at Robert Gordon University, Scotland, UK. After graduating, he worked for a design company, John Hardy in Bali. While there, he was experimenting with varius materials and processes on projects in Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. In 2008, Budiman launched his own brand, ONG CEN KUANG, focussing on cutomised design and fabrication. A big part of influences in his design are his childhood memories. Symmetrical shapes and repetition becoming his unique style in designing. Budiman believes all materials can be harnessed to its maximum potential. One of his exciting project is ‘A Walk in A Forest’ it derived from oriental art, in his opinion, various culture in Asian art and craft use layering techniques, adapting this concept, Budiman has created a modular bar system which is brilliant.

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AU 01 AU 02 AU 03 AU 04The starting point for this project is the building itself.  I took the liberty of using the strong angle of wooden beam on the structure and apply them to the interior element, i.e, the chairs, which complimented by of course the main concept, stone cuts and jewel drops.  All parts are kept as pure and simple as possible, introducing a unlikely but strong married of white fiber and clear glass, complimented by purposeful warm colored thin later of teak wood

 

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Pandora

laser cut Stool with RGB changing LEDs

size: 40cm x 40xm x 40cm

The motif of the stool were derived from Oriental lattice pattern which give a delicate quality to balance the hardness of the material. The pattern itself one of them is created from repetition of the exact same size circle
The motif of the stool were derived from Oriental lattice pattern which give a delicate quality to balance the hardness of the material. The pattern itself one of them is created from repetition of the exact same size circle and another one is outlining the shapes of the stool.I believe in this idea of broken symmetry, I found that we as human always has been appeal to symmetry and it plays a role in our sense of beauty. However perfect symmetry is repetitive and predictable and our mind also like surprises and so we often consider imperfect symmetry to be more beautiful. The stool however is a perfect combination as it is perfectly symmetry on daytime and can be used as stool or backdrop. Come night time, the way the LED light sources cast and distort shadow and shapes create the illusion of a perfect broken symmetry. The RGB LEDs give options to various ambiance, warmth, cool, soothing to name a few and enable possibility to cater for various requests

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material: rubber wood + origami paper shade + polypropelene sheet

size: 20 x 20 x 30 cm

Code: MTL106

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pita chandelier
stainless steel + microfibre
size: 70cm x 2.4mtr x  1 mtr

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