OBLIQUE is a high quality chair which is taken shape from the idea of finding new design to break out of traditional form and this model is strong influence from contructicism of how we use, the simplification and harmony of line, figure, use its contruction to make specific taste for this product.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
In my opinion, OBLIQUE Chair is the design represents for my new view, the beginning sketch is alternate lines, base on anthropometry and combine some asian style design, the technique of bamboo furniture structure which is advantage of my country.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This is a common chair which is use for family and restaurant dinner table or use for working table, beside it suitable with natural atmosphere
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This project started in June, 2016 and finished in February, 2017 in HCMC. Its pattem was displayed in SECC (Saigon Exhibition ＆ Convention Center) in late February, 2017.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The forming process took a long time because fixing details and aspects continuously to reach the highest harmony and any parts were changed also effected to the other. However, by using same Round bar make the build-up process became easier, decreased waste wood. The seat surface was (vát lõm) and it was totally wooden chair.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Chair dimensions - Width 540mm x Depth 520mm x Height 870mm.
Materials - Red Oak
Furniture, Chair, Contructivism, wood chair, asian art
To complete this design, i carry out a sketch and record many sit positions. Estimating contact point with dorsal spine to make the best fulcrum and use 3 points principle to apply in contruction, clearly express at flank side. Using bamboo furniture structure, the straight round barlings make this chair more spontaneous but do not decrease chair bearing.
The challenge is the balance of durability, bearing of structure, Visual principles. Remove leftover details and reduce waste wood by using straight round barlings
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Quoc Trang Pham, 2016.