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Gustav Düsing recently graduated from the Architectural Association in London and works for an architecture firm in Berlin. His portfolio of work is interesting to me because the material used, plywood, is so simple as is the method of construction of the pieces and yet they feel complicated and complex.

Spaceframe Furniture by Gustav Düsing

Gustav Düsing recently graduated from the Architectural Association in London and works for an architecture firm in Berlin. His portfolio of work is interesting to me because the material used, plywood, is so simple as is the method of construction of the pieces and yet they feel complicated and complex.

Spaceframe Furniture by Gustav Düsing in home furnishings Category

Jean Prouve; Metal and Wood Chair, 1950s.--(Please Follow (2) Design-Modern-Furniture-Objects For New Pins)

Spaceframe Furniture by Gustav Düsing

Interesting connection method on this cnc plywood furniture. Andy Kem figured out that he could use the resistance of the plywood to flex to keep all the pieces together without fasteners.

TurrinBy, a collection of furniture designed by Erwan Péron that incorporates a variety of different materials from leather to PMMA to wood and even Daquacryl®. I like the angular nature of the pieces – they feel a bit deconstructionist.

Hyeonil Jeong created the Caterpillar Chair out of CNC-cut pieces of plywood woven together using bungee cord to form a flexible seat. Jeong says, “No matter how stiff each piece is, flexible relation makes an smooth flow. Its elastic connection allows an organic surface movement despite the rigidity of ply-wood material.”

South Korean designer Seung Han Lee decided to create a chair using scrap wood pieced together using colorful resin instead of glue. It’s an interesting exercise in the properties of resin and how a chair is formed.

Interesting concept. I'd be forever worried that stuff was going to fall on my head, but if you don't have a Chicken Little mentality, quite cool.