The collection is named after great English scientist Robert Hooke, who discovered law of elasticity in 1660.
The concept of this furniture is about sense of plasticity. The inspiration was the observation of the stretching chewing gum and rubber. Extendible material changes not only its shape but also the color. These stress concentrators are more transparent. Optical illusion makes the object look fragile, despite the fact that there is no physical stretch. It’s like a frozen dynamic sculpture: the movement itself gives shape, it is kind of visual evolution of the basic form directly to the complex final object. It forms a completely emotional and special experience.
Due to its futuristic gloss, this furniture can serve as a great point of attraction in public spaces and in private appartments. Possible material options are acrylic paint with a gradient or stretched and fixed rubber.