The South Korean designer, Seung-Yong Song, describes them better than anyone else can:
Lightness and heaviness, lines and lumps, smoothness and roughness, coldness and warmth — all materials and forms balance through the course of colliding and confronting within one volume.
Can’t confirm what he is smoking, but send some over here because that is poetic. Almost comically so. Oh, and while you’re at it send me some of those planters; they’re only available in Korea, and Google Translate is not helping me figure out how to ship it over here. [Dezeen]