Beomseok Chae's dark blue but transparent acrylic plate and metal create a modern and futuristic tension reminiscent of science fiction movies and novels. He reconstructs technical forms such as solar panels and satellites to refine and organise these future technologies' forms.
Beomseok Chae is a South Korean designer.
He majored in industrial design at Chung-Ang University. In 2022, he was selected as the best designer and ambassador of the Seoul Design Festival (SDF), an annual design fair in Seoul. He makes products and objects based on "Functional Artwork" and now works on concepts based on the near future imagination.
Based on industrial design, Beomseok Chae designs throughout living disciplines such as space and furniture design and installation.
Beomseok Chae's dark blue but transparent acrylic plate and metal create a modern and futuristic tension reminiscent of science fiction movies and novels. He reconstructs technical forms such as solar panels and satellites to simply refine and organise the forms of these future technologies. He designs objects that will be placed in dystopian and blue spaces rather than warm and cosy spaces.
POST-COLLAPSE series (2022)
POST-COLLAPSE, the concept set by the designer, is a worldview in which the concept and shape of existing furniture have collapsed. The form was constructed through observation and imagination of advanced technologies in the near future, and the concept was metaphorically created.
Floweric Evolution is the next story of the POST-COLLAPSE functional artwork series based on a near-future worldview. Based on Beomseok Chae's unique worldview of shape and structure, it consists of two lighting objects that express the moment flowers bloom, and it is a series that expresses the evolved flower shape in the post-collapse worldview with acrylic plate and stainless steel.