CENTRAL LMS / Playroom
Proposal: A relaxed space, with a warm and stimulating environment where different recreational activities coexist .
Development and spatial organization: The proposal seeks to highlight the central column as the base element of the recreational space. The furniture is presented as a series of melamine coated board layers and geometric shapes, which overlap and intersect, and where the column serves both as a support point and organizer element.
*Lenga Modular System (LMS): The system is based on a 60 x 60 cm. wood liner board. As this board is to be hanged on the wall, it works as a support for the whole system and for the different furniture modules. The board is composed by short wooden lenga slats, extracted in a sustainable way in the south region of Argentina. Each of the boards also contains a frame and four small slatted boards.
The identity of this system refers to the wood working tradition of the south of the country and seeks to rescue and revalue the native, noble, organic and sustainable material.
Tropic is a versatile product that consist of a repeatable and engageable single piece made of nonwoven textile. As the module works in repetition, the organic and vegetable shapes are useful to cover and decorate big surfaces. The material also reacts with the movement of the air and can be lighted, getting a diverse of different effects.
Photo credits: Andrés Philipps photography
About Yes, oui si
We created Yes, oui si in 2007 as an integral design studio.
We develop identity, furniture and graphic projects combining different disciplines.
We jointly work with images, objects and spaces.
Teamwork is an added value for us, both in-house as with our clients.
Photographers, carpenters, producers, technicians and artists usually collaborate with our studio.
Alejo Petrucci, degree in Architecture, Universidad de Buenos Aires, specialized in Furniture Design.
Johanna Wilhelm, degree in Graphic Design, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Marcelo Orlievsky, degree in Industrial Design specialized in Furniture Design. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Bezalel Art & Design Academy (Jerusalém, Israel), Universidad de Palermo.