The 2010 charity event Dining Design by DIFFA San Francisco. The Dining Womb is about the creation of a luxury-dining environment juxtaposed by the very simple materials involved in the making. Extream interior and exterior for the dining womb,
The viewer, and the object of their gaze. Form creates an ever-changing variety of moiré effects as one moves around it. Once inside, the vertical sections form a screen of enclosure, limiting vision and forming the illusion of privacy. Part of our goal was maintaining a small carbon footprint while taking a playful attitude with designed luxury. For us that meant most of the materials could be 100% recyclable, and it would be an object that could be reused before being recycled. Our block maximizes the strength and linear qualities of cardboard, and through repetition of section, creates a continuous core volume. The assembly can be broken down into individual units of seating for two, which could be purchase and reconfigured for various uses and locations.
Thanks to John Lum Architecture [Link]