Mon, May 14, 2012

Weave & Webster // LUKAS DAHLÉN

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Inspired by the most common kind of wood and weed weaving these furniture represents an enlarged version of the technique of weaving something soft around a more stable structure.

Weave cupboard has the top and bottom plane of the cupboard which is held together by sticks kept together like a Windsor chair. Four of the sticks continue down to become legs and two are used as hinges. The weave covers the insides and serves as decoration.

Webster chair has already hardened shapes that interlocks with one another. The chair is built up by four different shapes, cross laminated in large moulds. The sheets are then sliced into the segments needed for the chair and put together with tape in the ends.

Via LUKAS DAHLÉN

 

 

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