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Material: carbon fibre, Aircraft grade aluminium alloy and stainless steel components with toughened glass top

Colour and finish: carbon fibre with different pattern dimensions, silver carbon, carbon with Kevlar (aramid) reinforcements.

Available in gloss or satin finish.

Size: L200cm x W80cm x H76cm

Project description:
Design Studio IL HOON ROH will present the first module of the Ramus series M1 (“Ramus
M1”) to the public for the first time at the Salone Satellite 2013.

“Ramus”, which means “tree branch” in Latin, originated from an idea that was first introduced
in D Light at the Salone Satellite in 2011.

The Ramus M1 is an architectural sculpture piece which combines the strengths of carbon fibre
together with the structural advantages that can be found in the branch of a tree, maximising its
structural strength capacity.

Ramus M1 is the latest development and creation in the designer’s long-term study of efficient
forms found in nature and his passion to design works with an architectural concept and through
a “natural” method that maximises the material’s potential.

Ramus M1 is made of carbon fibre, which is also used in fighter jets, F1 cars and space shuttles.
Precision-engineered aircraft grade aluminium alloy and stainless steel components were also
utilised.

Ramus M1 has been developed as a part of a modular system with future expansion and modification of the design in mind.

The Ramus M1 project was an international collaboration. For over two years, the designer
collaborated with an Italian mathematics/software company, TSI s.r.l., to calculate optimum
overall geometry, a UK manufacturing company, Penta Patterns (which is also involved in
manufacturing McLaren F1 cars), to create a master pattern by using advanced CNC technology,
and a South Korean composite material specialist, Inno Comtech, for carbon fibre.

The project was also supported by South Korea’s Ministry of Culture’s Next Generation Design
Leader program.