Peg lamp and chair is designed by Toronto-based designer Tomas Rojcik. The objects are manufactured using both advanced 3D printing techniques and traditional materials such as resin, parchment, and maple. The two designs are conscious of small-spaces, and can overlap each other in any number of ways.
Rojcik’s penchant for combining traditional and novel design allows him to portray both human and non-human qualities of manufacture – a dichotomy that needs to be seen more often these days. The lamp nestles in between the legs of the chair to represent a secluded personal space.
I’ve mentioned this many times before, but I’ll say it again: the mixture of small instances of white with the natural color of wood is by far one of my favorite design elements. It instantly gives character to these designs without becoming an ostentatious statement of overt decoration.