Canada-based architect and designer Yongwook Seong has reinvented the famous landmark’s design into a stackable furniture set that when fully stacked resembles the iconic Eiffel Tower of Paris.
For its ingenuity in design, the project has been awarded a 2021 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Eiffel is a stackable furniture collection, inspired by the Eiffel Tower (1889) in Paris, France.
The once controversial tower at its completion, now became the world’s most visited heritage site attracting a number of people from all over the places.
Eiffel suggests an adaptable use of the world-famous symbol amid this staying home era by providing the Eiffel Tower experience “at home.”
Similar to the actual tower (three levels), Eiffel is divided into three pieces including a floor lamp, a stool (or small table) and a table.
Given the space, Eiffel provides a space-efficient solution. It could be fully stacked as a décor or dismounted and furnished as needed.
Designers: Yongwook Seong