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Jaeho Lee and Undress House: Redefining Aesthetic Home Accessories

by @industrialkonzept Team

In the world of art and design, there are individuals who possess a unique ability to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Jaeho Lee, the creative mind behind Undress House, is undoubtedly one of them. With a background rooted in fashion and an innate passion for aesthetics, Lee has ventured into the realm of home accessories, crafting pieces that redefine spaces and bring a touch of timeless elegance.

Lee's journey into the world of design began with a childhood immersed in creativity. Raised by a mother deeply involved in art, his home was a canvas adorned with her own paintings, antique furniture, and Christian artifacts. Surrounded by these visual treasures, he developed an inherent love for all things aesthetically pleasing. This early exposure to art and design set the stage for his future endeavors.

While his initial path led him to enroll in a university for electrical engineering, Lee soon realized that his true calling lay elsewhere – in the world of fashion. Serendipitously, some friends opened a second-hand shop and a brand, providing him with the perfect opportunity to explore his newfound passion. Over the years, his experiences in the fashion industry exposed him to a myriad of archive pieces, fostering his innate sense of style and design.

Lee's fascination with silver and steel accessories, as well as various objets d'art, grew steadily. He began to see home accessories as a means of dressing a space, much like clothing adorns a person. This revelation served as the foundation for what would eventually become Undress House.

Undress House, with its enigmatic name, represents Lee's desire not to be confined to a specific definition within the spaces he creates. Instead, it is a canvas for his creativity to roam freely and unhindered. It's a place where aesthetics are married with functionality to create pieces that transcend mere objects – they become art.



At Undress House, Lee channels his sensibilities and experiences into crafting new forms of objects that redefine our understanding of home accessories. His vision revolves around modernizing antiques and harmonizing various materials, resulting in visual endeavors that push the boundaries of convention. Each piece is a testament to his dedication to creating beauty and functionality that haven't been seen before.

In a world where design often adheres to established norms, Jaeho Lee and Undress House stand out as a testament to the power of creativity, vision, and the pursuit of aesthetic excellence. Lee's journey from electrical engineering to fashion, and finally to home accessories, serves as an inspiring reminder that true passion knows no bounds. As he continues to explore the uncharted territories of design, we can only anticipate more captivating creations from Undress House, where art meets functionality in the most exquisite way.


Jaeho Lee and his object "Flur Low Table" have been nominated for the industrial ART DESIGN AWARD 2023.

Visit the Undress House website and explore Jaeho Lee's designs.



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