We make dining decoration products inspired by the culture of San Francisco,
where people love handicraft artifacts and ceramics, noble and mild colors
from the city life as well as sparkling colors well suited for California sunshine.
The luxurious design is combined with the top fabric sewing technique known
that South Korea, which I born in, is the best in the world.
We took the equivocal expression for our company name, “Tables and Figures”.
The intellectual nomination, which normally used in the formal documents for numerical charts and pictures,
is now coming into the design world.
We would like to achieve very reasonable beauty of luxury.
Tables and Figures easily visualize the understanding of the product,
and it allows us to expand our boundary of products widely.
Yes, we are working on Tables and Figures!
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Chey studied design in the Art School of Ewha Women’s University,
the most competitive art school in South Korea.
While studying at Ewha with environmental design major,
Chey leaded huge projects such as coloring fire power plant,
and developing new concept of residential apartment.
Her strong background on design like utilizing colors
and materials induces to gain marketing leverage.
After graduation, Chey worked for the Allée Design Company
as the interior, landscape designer and decoration specialist.
In this company, she enhanced the correlation
between customer’s profit and the visual factors in marketing
such as brand effect, and interior display.
She had lots of opportunities to launch events for exclusive VIP consumers of
global Fortune 500 companies such as Dior, Aveda, and Moet & Chandon.
Chey also got the certification of Luxury Branding from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London.
Her professional design-career pursuit is focusing on the luxury lifestyle.
Chey is currently working at San Francisco, Bay area as the interior and event designer.