Jules Levasseur : Miss Mousse

Young graduated from Esad Reims, the designer Jules Levasseur imagined "Miss Moss," a series of foundations made of a foam volume forced in a wooden frame. Compression bomb the volume of foam, giving him round and generous shapes.

This principle of deformation to the basic project is the result of the meeting between an appropriate density to the compressive force. The rectangular foam block curves in soft, natural lines, a project that examines the characteristics of materials and their properties.

On this project, the designer specifies:

"A foam volume is restrained in a wooden frame. This compresses the material and deformed, thereby a certain voltage occurs. Thus, a traditional assembly is maintained by compression and forms layers. The foam is justified as assembly element and brings comfort recognized as base. The object can be assembled and disassembled easily without any screws, and thus provides a simple storage and transport. "

For more information, visit the website Jules Levasseur.

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