TSCHUS Studio (Gali Slutski, David Engelhorn, and Tony Grigorian) has presented unique collection of contemporary furniture they called Lean on Me, a series of furniture that challenge you to rethink the way each object is functioned. There are three products each with distinctive character emphasizing on simplicity yet anti-mainstream shape. First, there is 12min Stool, a stool that doesn’t look anything like common stool with one steel leg and a “belt”. Comes after is the HangOver Shelf that looks just like ladder leaning on the wall, whose body made of wood and tough rope to make the lines where you can hang your magazine after reading. By simply hanging the book or magazine where exactly the last page you read, you will never miss a page. The last is 2forTango Hanger, a unique hanger made of the same material as the HangOver Shelf: wood and rope. Following principle of a scale, the Hanger position will adjust the weight of the clothes you place on it. You can see the video here.
Design of Furniture