Designer(s): Christopher Stratton, Australia
Category: Urban Sustainable Design, Student
About the Artist
Inspired by the minimalist movement, Mojura is a flat-pack modular design comprised of plywood, recycled aluminium and recycled glass. Targeted at the high end commercial market, Mojura comes in a range of designs and colours, which can be personally selected and designed online, allowing the consumer to utilise Mojura’s versatility to their individual needs and styles. Consumers are able to design signature pieces from a range of coffee tables, storage units, TV units, side boards, and a variety of seating arrangements. Once the unit has been constructed, the design can be extended or retracted through a series of adjustable settings, adding functionality to the desired unit.
Mojura reduces the number of parts required to lock and screw the unit together, without compromising the shape or safety of the design. This improves the design’s integrity, reduces costs, and improves the purchasing power of the end consumer. Mojura’s poles act as internal scaffolding and are locked into place by a series of grub screws. Though the design is geometric, Mojura’s simplistic approach and reduced sharp edges allows consumers to quickly assemble and disassemble.