Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In

Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In

Designed by Yang Zhao, Sharkman is a fancy wearable furniture that allows you to use it in many different ways. For those who like to have a safe zone, Sharkman offers a comfortable and cool solution. Awarded with the Excellence Prize at London’s International Student Innovation 2016 Awards, Sharkman is a new generation wearable furniture.

Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In[Image Source: Yang Zhao] Photographer: James Barnett Model: Tom Bishop

Carry your comfort zone with you

Sharkman's vest-like shape can be re-constructed and re-structured in many different ways to wear. It is a multifunctional soft furniture that you can disguise as you wish.

Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In[Image Source: Yang Zhao] Photographer: James Barnett Model: Tom Bishop

Its foamy design structure enables the customer to transform it easily. It can quickly become a small tent or an office table that you can work on it with your laptop or even a cave to hide in. Sharkman's ergonomic design offers a flexible structure for any body type to fit into it to cozy up. According to Zhao, Sharkman's experimental design relies on an extensive research process involving ergonomic engineering.

Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In[Image Source: Yang Zhao] Model: Shigeya Miyata

Fold and attach

You can carry your own office chair or a portable working place anywhere. The only thing you have to do is  folding and attaching the pieces to each other. If you are not in the mood to work, you simply fold Sharkman into a big egg shaped cozy cave while you're watching the sky or turn it into a tent just to lay down in it.

Sharkman: A Soft Wearable Furniture You Can Work And Sleep In[Image Source: Yang Zhao] Photographer: James Barnett Model: Tom Bishop

Yang Zhao is a young and talented Chinese designer. Her Sharkman has also been selected to be exhibited in Brain Waves: Empathic Invention of London Design Festival 2016.

Zhao graduated from London's Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in 2016 and continues her graduate studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Via Designboom

yangyangzhaozhao195@gmail.com

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Written by Tamar Melike Tegün

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