xifix-one Chair, Stacking Chair by Juergen Josef Goetzmann

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
xifix-one

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Chair, Stacking Chair

INSPIRATION:
My home town which has a pyramid and a fan as the emblem.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The design is based on the required minimum of physics and material, multiple use, indoor-outdoor, Corner Chair, Stacking Chair, round-soft, Feng Shui. The weight bearing construction consists of a single, endless pipe. The actual seat is fixated at two axial points and laying on top of a third point of the construction, without being fixated. The axial fixated points at the frame allow the seat to fold back and the chairs can be stacked into each other, hence the name Stacking Chair.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Since the seat can be easily removed, different material, upholstery, shape, color and design can be exchanged effortlessly. This construction provides inexpensive, individual seating and its non-corrosive materials gives flexibility to be used outdoors or in any particular climate.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The idea of the project started in December 2009 in Karlsruhe, Germany. The development of the first prototype finished in December 2011. The project is still in progress - addition armrest system and different materials.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Pilot studies Chair rack - 3 mm of a strong wire - bent in desired form - soldered end-points Chair seat - 4 mm wood plate - sawed in form - provided with two steel pins - for axial fixing Prototypes Chair rack - 20 mm tubular steel - bent in desired form and welded Chair seat - 20 mm wood plate - sawed in form with a beveled edge - provided with two strong steel pins - for axial fixing

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Prototypes - base 56 cm x 56 cm and height 95 cm

TAGS:
xifix, xifix-one, stacking chair, corner chair, Feng Shui Chair, single steel pipe chair

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
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CHALLENGE:
To develop and design a chair means to assert oneself in the highest level of design. I was pursuing an inspiration. Principle: To design a chair according to the philosophy of the Bauhaus - to use soft and fluent forms in accordance with Feng Shui - to integrate functions - - - Stacking chair - nesting as group chair or bench - corner chair. Idea: To develop a chair rack, consisting of one piece including the back rest. Inspiration: To find a form as a tribute to my hometown which has a pyramid and a fan as an emblem - - - Chair rack as a pyramid - seat and back rest as a fan. Focus : Few components - simple dismantling and exchange of the components without the use of tools - variable exchange of seat and back rest for a use indoors and outdoors - changing designs - protection by the parts themselves without screws and nuts - back rest secures seat against falling out. The hardest part - - - to find the minimum of seperate parts and fixing parts. Few components - simple dismantling and exchange of the components without the use of tools - variable exchange of seat and back rest for a use indoors and outdoors - changing designs - protection by the parts themselves without screws and nuts - back rest secures seat against falling out. To reduce the technology to a minimum. The chair had to work with this particular form.

ADDED DATE:
2012-09-27 11:32:32

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Juergen Josef Goetzmann, 2012.

Visit the following page to learn more: http://www.xifix.com
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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Creativbuero

PROFILE:
Creativbuero (creativ office) Juergen Goetzmann - architect, designer and interior designer. The name - xifix - is my pseudonym - - - Juergen Goetzmann - alias xifix - the one man group. I studied archtitecture and worked for an interior designer. After receiving my diploma I founded Creativbuero and worked as an architect, interior designer and furniture designer. I realized projects include different boutiques, practices, medical laboratories, residential buildings, office buildings, exhibitions, exhibtion stands etc.

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Xifix-one Chair, Stacking Chair by Juergen Josef Goetzmann is a Nominee in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category.

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Xifix-one Chair, Stacking Chair by Juergen Josef Goetzmann is Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2012 - 2013.

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