Designed around the contemporary issue of decreased living space, AWRY presents itself as a space saving, multipurpose piece of furniture. Fusing the properties of a stool and side table allows the AWRY to minimise furniture footprint. The design draws inspiration from abstract art, allowing the products use to be interpreted differently by the individual.
The selection of native hardwood timbers embeds Australian heritage into a beautiful and durable finish able to withstand a lifetime of use. Designed for consumers living in confined living spaces that desire more from less.
Image: George Shvili, AWRY, 2019. Image courtesy of the artist
George Shvili is an Industrial Designer with a European background. He is currently completing his final year of Industrial Design at the University of Canberra, previously at Newcastle University. Growing up with a creative father of many talents, he has been exposed to, and enjoyed design since his childhood. Throughout his studies he has worked on a wide range of projects including industrial machinery, luxury goods, council street furniture and night club interiors.
Image: George Shvili. Image courtesy of the artist