Designer Konstantin Achkov of Tenom Furniture recently presented new pieces at One Design Design Week in Bulgaria. As part of the Batch 4 exhibition, Achkov showed three prototype pieces: an easy chair, a stool/table and a floor lamp, as part of his Lese series. A fourth piece, called Electron, is a new chair design that complements the Lese collection.
Lese is characterized by its puzzle-like construction. Using 18mm beech plywood, cut using a CNC router and fixed together with screws, the puzzle pieces interlock and connect to create a kaleidoscopic effect. The furniture is flat-packed.
The lamp has a magnet in its base and legs to fix it into place. The Lese stool and chair both have a transparent seat, and the chair features a transparent back as well to show off its unique construction.
The Electron chair is upholstered with a bright orange textile that’s both waterproof and UV protected. Its name is inspired by its electron-like profile. It also comes flat-packed.
A new Bulgarian brand called Lock Furniture will soon be launching and will include the Lese collection and Electron chair.