Designed by Lærke Bo Poulsen & Maja Bøgh Vindbjerg
The minimalistic design of Buk is inspired by the Japanese art of folding paper, origami. Buk is a simple chair, with a seat bend of one piece of sheet metal. Metal is normally perceived a hard, rigid material, but Buk highlights the flexible advantage of a thin metal sheet and confronts this perception, while still providing a comfortable seating experience. Buk is a beautiful stand-alone chair for the entrance, bedroom or reading corner.
About the designers: Lærke is an architect, furniture and spatial designer, born 1989, educated at Aarhus School of Architecture. "I design furniture based on the Scandinavian tradition with a pinch of inspiration from my many travels. As a designer, I believe that design can bring joy and personality to one's home, I therefore make a virtue of designing functional quality furniture." Maja Bøgh Vindbjerg is the designer behind the design studio NUR. The honest, simple and minimalistic approach to design, materiality and idiom creates a stylish, modern and timeless elegance in all products.