South Korean designer/artist Sisan Lee(1995) majored Spatial design and founded Studio LEESISAN in 2018, a design practice that makes a various objects such as furniture, lighting and sculpture.

Proportions of Stone
Stone Pagoda
Stone Tray
X Chair

Installation for 999 HUMANITY
Installation for RIMOWA in Seoul
OBSCURA Pop up store
OMAR AFRIDI ‘Primitive Tech’
RIMOWA ‘As seen by’
OBSCURA store in Dosan
Installation for KASE
Installation for GYUBAN
OBSCURA store in Seoungsu
Object for HYUNDAI
Floating stone for a Private Client
Semi Cylinder for W Office


About Lee Sisan

Sisan Lee(1995) is a designer/artist base in Seoul, South Korea. He majored interior design and makes various objects such as furniture, lighting and sculpture.

He became interested in nature while attending a university surrounded by mountains and rivers, and majoring in spatial design, he was attracted to the uniqueness of stones, that contrasts to fixed processes and standardized dimensions. He is inspired by the confrontational relationship between nature and artificiality, primitive and modernity, and tries to find a point of contact and incorporate it into his work. He explores various materials such as stone, wood, leather, and metal across nature and cities, and intentionally reveals the individual uniqueness and purity of materials through various methods of experiments. This value continues in the process of constructing the form, completing the results in the form of refined language based on the functional objects.

Together with activities as an independent designer/artist, he also founded a Spatial design studio PRACTICE with a Architect in 2020 and show his work with multifaceted approaches to various fields such as architecture, interior, and exhibition design.

Founder, ‹Practice›, Spatial Design Studio, 2020–
Designer, ‹Leesisan›, A Multidisplinary Studio, 2018–
BFA, Konkuk University, Interior Design, 2013–2020

‹Inference Object›, Namsangol Hanock, Jun.2023
‹The other Face of Material›, Seojung Art, Jan.2023
‹Bring to Light›, Prompt Project, Jan.2023
‹As seen by, Berlin›, Kant Garagen, Nov.2022
‹As seen by, Tokyo›, BA-TSU Art Gallery, Aug.2022
‹As seen by, Beijing›, The Opposite House, Jul.2022
‹As seen by, Milan›, Spazio Maiocchi, Jun.2022
‹2022 Design Fair›, DDP, Oct.2022
‹As seen by, Hongkong›, Soho House, Jun.2022
‹Spectrum of Seating›, DDP, Sep.2022
‹Use for a purpose›, Eulji Art Center, Jun.2022
‹As seen by, Seoul›, Layer 26, Apr.2022
‹2022 SDF›, COEX, Dec.2021
‹Find your light : spectrum›, Platform L, Nov.2021
‹Craft Trend Fair›, COEX, Nov.2021
‹Tools for Conviviality›, Craft Biennale, Sep.2021
‹Autonomous›, IIee, Aug.2021
‹Apartopia›, DDP, Dec.2020
‹Ohdear weekend›, Ohdear, Oct.2020
‹Resilience of geometry›, Meeseek, Jul.2020
‹Refair›, Giagaga gallery, Jun.2020
‹Absence of stimulation, Www space, May.2020
‹Rend›, Trnk-nyc, May.2020
‹Juxtaposition›, Meeseek, Oct.2019

STIR, Aug.2022
Designwanted, Jun.2022
Designboom, Jun.2022
Sixtysix, May.2022
Yanko Design, Jun.2022
Superfuture, May.2022 Aesence, Feb.2021
Arkjournal Volume VII, Mar.2021
Elle, Nov.2021
Ad Germany, May.2021
Sightunseen, Jan.2021
W Magazine, Oct.2020
Venutas Mag, Sep.2020
Room 28, Jul.2020
Anniversary, Jun.2020
Yellowtrace, May.2020
Design Milk, May.2020
Interior Design, May.2020
Hypebeast, May.2020
Wallpaper, May.2020
Harper’s Bazaar, Apr.2020
Arkjournal Volume III, Mar.2020
Prodeez, Feb.2020
Journal du Design, Feb.2020
Leibal, Feb.2020
Ignant, Jan.2020
Space Magazine, Jan.2020

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