Design – Stipfold studio rejects walls, floors and ceilings as separate entities, but rather a continuation of each other, ‘steeping’ and ‘folding’ into one single organism. From here, the Tbilisi-based architecture and interior design studio has deconstructed the shape of the traditional Christmas Tree to create an architectural structure bringing forward unexpected festive aesthetics.
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The result is a totemic design with jagged edges, sharp angles and reflective laminated surfaces nodding to the studio’s style and projects such as the Blackbird house consisting into a “singular architectural entity, folded continuously” to resemble a spaceship striking from every angle.
“Like chairs, Christmas trees come in infinite variations and interpretations,” Stipfold told Archipanic. “Designers have tried to contribute to the development/reinterpretation of this object with their innovative thinking, or at least to do something original and different.”
“Our aim was to showcase the design philosophy and character of Stipfold through this product. Often our designs present the question as opposed to being an answer. We took a standard minimalistic triangular shape of the Christmas tree and deconstructed it while staying true to its character and meaning.”
All photos of the jagged Christmas tree: courtesy of Stipfold.