LEE SISAN

South Korean designer/artist Sisan Lee(1995) founded Studio LEESISAN in 2018, a design practice that explores the relationship between nature, artifact and humans. He studied interior design at Konkuk University and creates a variety of components that make up space. He explores the properties of materials, and through experiments he creates a form of refined language that properties can have.


WORKS
Proportions of Stone
Stone Pagoda
Neo-Primitive
    Equilibrium
    Jangseung
    Balance
Balance in the frame
Composition of the wall
Blossom
Inlay
Side

PROJECTS
    Obscura flaship store
    Cafe for Bon 9
    Showroom for Bon 9
    Showroom for Vertov
    Floating Stone
    Stair, Rack, Hook
    Lighting for Private Office
    Cafe Onyee
    Floor Lamp for W Office
    Architecture for Dog
    DD Veterinary Clinic
    Studio for Rahee Yoon
Photostudio for Private
Book Shelves for Playce Camp
Studio for Jaehoon Kim
Heoyuwon
Alterside

EXHIBITION
Meeseek <Juxtaposition>
Trnk-nyc <Rend>
Www space <Absence of stimulation>
Giagaga gallery <Re-Fair>
Meeseek <Resilience of geometry>
    Ohdear <Ohdear weekend>
    DDP <Apartopia>
    IIee <Autonomous>
    Craft Biennale <Tools for Conviviality>
    COEX <Craft Trend Fair>
    Platform L <Find your light : spectrum>
    COEX  <2022 SDF>
    Layer 26 <As seen by>
    DDP <Spectrum of Seating>


PRESS
INFORMATION
INSTAGRAM

PROPORTIONS OF STONE_SHELF 02

Stainless Steel / Natural Stone
W 36 x D 28 x H 80 (cm)
2020

<Proportions of stone> is a modeling experiment on the fundamentality of stone cast away by natural phenomena. Consisting of tables, chairs, and other functional furniture pieces, the dimensions of each piece were determined by the stones borrowed from nature. The shapes and functions of the designs were only formed after. Stones mounted on manufactured steel plates play both structural and aesthetic roles. These juxtaposed mediums are opposite, yet balanced - fulfilling the artist's desire to "balance the relationship between nature and artifact."


Mark