Wave Table by Attila Stromajer

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Wave

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Table

INSPIRATION:
I was inspired by the architecture of pyramid stairs and the movement of the waves. I wanted to create interesting and original 3D structures by using simple geometric forms. I multiplied and then rotated the frames. My objective was to build a static object in which the steps of transformation can be traced so that it incorporates and expresses the dynamism of change. I was also inspired by organic principles that can be static and dynamic at the same time, like water.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The shape of the table resembles the stairs of the pyramids or the form of waves. Beside being a static object, it also gives us the impression of dynamic motion by the fan-like rotation of the parts. It provides a new visual experience from every different angle. Another unique attribute of the piece is that it does not contain any fittings or stiffenings. It holds itself. It unites angularity and softness. The sights of this table is different from every pespective symbolize varied of nature.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This is a table around which people can gather and enjoy themselves while appreciating the sight of it. You can put all sorts of objects – e.g. magazines, newspapers, cups, glasses, etc. -on or in it. I think what particularly distinguishes this table from other tables is the intresting, suprising perspective, the technical solutions, background work, process of the design, the quality of the wood (ash) and the execution.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in February 2016 in Budapest and finished in September 2016 in Budapest.

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

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The table was made of ash wood. Natural colour varnish was applied on the surface. The wooden structure and the large tempered glass top meet only on a thin surface. It was made without the use of any fittings or stiffenings. The structure holds itself. It gives stability and at the same time strengthens its lightness and airiness. The bright natural colouring gives the structure lightness, which balances the stability and rigidness of the angular forms.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Size: Width 1500 mm x Depth 780 mm x Height 360 mm

TAGS:
Wave, stairs, pyramids, table, airiness, dynamism, rotation, stability, natural

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
I have done some research in modular, modularity design and paper (pop) up, paper folding techniques. As for design techniques I've tried to experiment a lot with modularity in design technique and read many articles about it. I tried to use smaller parts, modules or skids to create a more multiple and novel object. I experimented with many shapes and sizes of simple moduls, units and then I multiplied and rotated them in several ways. I always experimented with the paper folding techniques in asimilar way.

CHALLENGE:
Only two materials -wood and glass-are used. To create an airy and natural effect we had to avoid using any supporters or mounts. Finding the precise joining points and the object’s fulcrum was also challenging. Besides, we had to find the ideal size and place the glass top exactly horizontally. We needed to find the balance between the angular shapes and the lightness of the object to reach its harmony.

ADDED DATE:
2016-09-29 19:19:14

TEAM MEMBERS (3) :
Designer: Attila Stromajer, Joiner, constructor: Miklós Sárácz and Asistant, coordinator, adviser: Melinda Kalcsó

IMAGE CREDITS:
All images: Photographer Marcell Mizik, Norbert Szilas, Wave, 2016.

PATENTS/COPYRIGHTS:
Patent, copyright No.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Stroo Design, Attila Stromajer

PROFILE:
"Stroo Design" is a start-up company giving home to the designer Attila Stromajer’s ideas to come to life. You will find uniquely designed furniture, lamps and home accessories amongst his works. Mass production is not in the venture’s profile. They aim to keep their pieces unique. Functioning like a manifacture, they create mainly hand-made premium quality products. They prefer environmentally friendly material and turn to mechanisation only where necessary. Their works combine motifs of modern and rustic home design. Their approach orientates them to choosing natural and sustainable technologies and solutions. Modular design is in the foreground. The aim is to create complex and dynamic structures with the use of simple and static parts. The company is open to subcontracting although the main profile is to design and create their own products. Being unique at "Stroo Design" means not only a special and one of a kind style but also the possibility to tailor the pieces to the customer’s needs. If requested, alterations in shape and size can be carried out. Their objective is being unique and customer-focused, producing clean lines, representing dynamism, and blending modern and traditional elements.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Wave Table by Attila Stromajer is a Nominee in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Wave Table by Attila Stromajer is Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2016 - 2017.

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