FURNITURE (occasionally designed)
LT5 ARMCHAIR (1975) in white skai upholstery, with stool, was a part of LT5 interior arrangement. Torn upholstery was changed in 2000. Nowadays, armchair is in observatory in Klis.
KLIS WALNUT DINING TABLE (1999) About eighty years old walnut tree that had grown in the Klis yard got dry. From the trunk, there were enough material for the table top and for two benches sitting part. Steel subconstruction makes both floating image of big table and a lot of free space underneath. With size of 140 x 220 cm, it may accept even sixteen person around.
KLIS BENCHES (1999), walnut board on the steel subconstruction, with plywood lean and horse leather cushions.
KLIS COFFE/TEA TABLE (2000) made completely of plywood size 80/80/35 with X-base, very light, about 2 kg. (Inspiration came from Mies, his table and his project for house "50by50"
KLIS ARMCHAIRs&SOFA (2000) of size 70/70/60 and 70/140/60 are inspired by Le Corbusier (armchair 1928. measure: 700x860x700 mm and sofa measure: 1300x860x700 mm
KLIS STEEL BASE (2000) is sculptural element that can serve as holder for round table plate and for small tv-set.
KLIS TV desk
AF TABLE (2008) Multipurpose tables for the 3rd floor drawing rooms (316A-H) are available for drawing, exhibitions and presentations in different arrangements. In size, 105/70 cm, they are a bit smaller than desks before, and are modulated 2x105 = 3x70. Table is set up from two parts: steel base painted RAL7021 and plastic protected chipboard RAL9010. One hundred and sixty pieces were made, and afterwhile thirty more for diploma drawing room.
AF SITTING CUBE (2000) Red and black skai upholstered cube 40/40/40 are made for sitting in corridor waiting for exams or consultations.