The New Dressing Table Multi Functional Dressing Table by Ece Yilmaz

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
The New Dressing Table

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Multi Functional Dressing Table

INSPIRATION:
The research process started with exploring the small living spaces as the brief suggested. The aim was about interpretation of Living, Easy, Domestic, Clear, Clean, with a bias towards how one deals with storage. This relates strongly to the decreasing amount of physical domestic space, and the way of people live their lives especially in city and town apartments. The challenge was to understand how this manifests itself in furniture. Exploring the daily lives of women and understanding problems that they were facing everyday lead the design process to end up with breaking the cliché understanding about dressing table as a furniture piece. The New Dressing Table is designed to be a problem solver which is only the result of "form follows function" process.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This dressing table has been designed to be a solution for the problems that women face everyday. The mirror’s positioning allows the user to do her makeup without having to lean in towards the mirror, it also acts as a cabinet with no obstructions. Here, cosmetics can be stored and accessed with ease while in use. The walnut veneered mirror also offers hidden storage units that open form the sides to store jewelry and other items. The body of the New Dressing Table is used to place handbags. Refined and functional design only is the outcome of the "form follows function" philosophy.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This multi compartment dressing table allows user to do her make up without having to lean in towards the mirror. The sliding lids are specifically located in front of the mirror for make up storage which makes easier for user to access her make up goods while they are in use. Compartments for storing jewelery are located/hide inside the mirror which goes in and out from the sides. To keep the design as simple as possible, lids of the main body where the handbags are stored opens through pushing them in.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This project started in Spring 2013, London as Graduation Thesis Project at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design,and was exhibited in Satellite Salone del Mobile in April 2015.

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

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Made of White matt/gloss finish MDF and Walnut Veneer particle board. The lacquered body can be made also in Walnut and Oak veneer. X shape legs are metal profile bronze finish and also can be done in solid walnut.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
W 100cm x D 30cm x H 170cm

TAGS:
Problem solver, User oriented, Small space

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
The research has took place among women who live in small spaces. The important considerations of the research were exploring their daily habits and understanding how they do and where they do store their makeup goods, handbags and jewelries. Research done between the age of 22 to 58 with 26 women from different economical backgrounds.

CHALLENGE:
The research process started with exploring the small living spaces as the brief suggested. It is about interpretation of Living, Easy, Domestic, Clear, Clean, with a bias towards how one deals with storage and the aim was to understand how one how one deals with storage in small spaces and how this manifests itself in furniture. Exploring the daily lives of women and understanding problems that they were facing everyday lead the design process to end up with breaking the cliché understanding about dressing table as a furniture piece. The New Dressing Table is designed to be a problem solver which is only the result of "form follows function" process.

ADDED DATE:
2016-03-30 04:55:21

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer Emre Dorter

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
ECE YILMAZ

PROFILE:
Ece Yilmaz was born in Istanbul, Turkey. She completed her undergraduate education in London where she was enrolled in the BA Product Design program at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. As a student she understood the need for practicality and chicness in furniture design. Each summer she took part in different art courses that enriched her personal style from Parsons NY to Christies Education to workshops in Turkey. Her educational goals in design have been geared towards creating products that are functional and useful in everyday life, but also aesthetically pleasing and unique in style. These goals led her to adopt the user centered design approach, which she has applied to her pieces. Each piece has been carefully researched and crafted. Her exposure to different cultures and different styles has enriched her designs and given her a fresh approach. She currently lives in Brooklyn and is completing her MS in Interior Design studies at the Pratt Institute where she is further expanding her knowledge of design.

NOMINATION DETAILS

The New Dressing Table Multi Functional Dressing Table by Ece Yilmaz is a Nominee in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

The New Dressing Table Multi Functional Dressing Table by Ece Yilmaz is Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2015 - 2016.



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