Classic New Chinese Style by Wei Jingye and Wang Ziyu

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Classic

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
New Chinese Style

INSPIRATION:
The overall design inspiration comes from the traditional Chinese furniture in the QiaoAn image. In ancient times, calligraphy and painting only mounted into a shaft, in order to prevent the painting falling, the initial image of the case, one is practical, the second is aesthetic. Using this image is to let the user have a good user experience while writing and painting to facilitate the placement of items as well as prevent items from falling.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
In the design of this writing desk, combining the traditional Han dynasty writing desk with the Modern Metal Style, using red oak and the iron art, which not only has the classical charm of China, but also does not lose the modern sense of simplicity and succinctness, applying Chinese style to minimalism, is a bold attempt. With the charm of Chinese style furniture, meanwhile, it meets the needs of the stability of the furniture, traditional curved design adds a touch of dexterity.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
When you sit on a chair working, the desk and chair in contact with the body having a small inclined surface, so that you do not feel pressured. Painting scroll pile up on the desk, because of its two-end QiaoAn image, will reduce the chance of falling. The lower part of the writing desk has a shelf similar to the lnterlayer, which not only adds utility, but also adds beauty to the product.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The design project began in January 2019 in Shenyang, was completed in June 2019, and was exhibited in the art museum of Shenyang Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts in June 2019.

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

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The manufacturing process used modern CNC technology, solidworks software design, and CNC milling machine to achieve the form, some special forms are still made by traditional hand, the metal part and the solid wood part both have quite a part made by the artisan own hands, which embodies the spirit of ingenuity, and the importance of traditional craftsmanship. For modern life, it is still a valuable asset, some of the delicate structure still can not be replaced by machines.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
1420mm x 780mm x 780mm, 650mm x 450mm x 450mm, The shape of the metal part is realized by using modern NC technology, and the curved part of a metal part is shaped by hand by artisans, and the wooden part is shaped by machine cutting and grinding, the desk top uses the Chinese tradition the door plate type splicing technology, the Manual splicing completes the entire production process of the desk.

TAGS:
Writing desk, Chinese element, Iron art, Red oak, Simplicity

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
In the traditional Chinese style furniture, the QiaoAn image is applied to the whole set of desks and chairs, and this image is used in the design, first, in order to perfectly embody the Chinese style elements in this set of furniture, therefore, I chose this image which can represent Chinese style office furniture. The other is that users can have a good user experience. The furniture is a combination of Red Oak and cast iron design, it is the second innovation to the new Chinese furniture.

CHALLENGE:
How to combine the new Chinese elements with the metal elements and the simple wind to show the functional comfort and the rationality of material use is the biggest challenge of this design. The second is the connection problem between the metal and the tabletop and legs as well as the chair face and legs.

ADDED DATE:
2019-02-27 04:09:37

TEAM MEMBERS (5) :
Wei Jingye, Wang Ziyu, Cheng Hong, Zhang Yuxiao and Zhang Wenyang

IMAGE CREDITS:
Wei Jingye and Wang Ziyu, 2019.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts

PROFILE:
Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts predecessor was built in 1938 in Lu'an Lu Xun Art Institute. By Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and other older generation leaders personally advocated the creation. Comrade Mao Tse-tung wrote his school name and the motto of "nervous, serious, hardworking and open-minded" for the college. In 1945, Yan'an Luyi moved to the northeast. 1958 Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts. Long history of running a school has accumulated profound cultural connotation and the leading school strength.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Classic New Chinese Style by Wei Jingye and Wang Ziyu is a Nominee in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Classic New Chinese Style by Wei Jingye and Wang Ziyu is Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2019 - 2020.



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