Modularity is often sought after when it comes to design. The more something can do to meet our needs, the better. This modular system, designed by Lawrence Lek, showcases modularity though adaptable shapes. The sections are produced utilizing plywood that is wet and formed into the desired shapes. Combined with leather cord, this unique fabrication has an impactful result.
The design was inspired by the fluid lines of ink blots. So, it is ironic that the fluidity is brought to life in a hard form. This simple solution could be host to many unexpected materials, of which includes textiles. Textiles mimic the organic tones in the fluid form and also material selection.