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Centanni Stool by James Irvine for Discipline

Milan-based designer James Irvine has designed an I-beam shaped stool for Italian design brand Discipline. Created using larch wood and oak, the design uses no glue or screws. Instead sections are slotted together using a system of tenons and wedges.

Androgyne by jean-baptiste colleuille, via Behance

Furniture design detail, joints: wood table Androgyne by jean-baptiste colleuille, via Behance

Collezione Smeralda by Anna von Schewen for DE PADOVA. Another example of elastic. Rolled up sections could be held in place using continuous pieces of elastic. This could also be achieved using ratchet straps.

Interesting detail in the joints. Not a huge fan of the actual sofa though.

Hockerbank by Johanna Dehio

The Hockerbank by Johanna Dehio

The “Hockerbank” meaning stool-bench designed by Johanna Dehio was inspired by makeshift seating. This series consists of several stools that are supplemented by a plank with round cut outs and round tables which can also be transformed into a long table.

woven wooden grid shel. The result of a "4-day workshop at SmartGeometry 2012 focused on the design and construction of a wooden gridshell using only straight wood members bent along geodesic lines on a relaxed surface."

The result of a workshop at SmartGeometry 2012 focused on the design and construction of a wooden gridshell using only straight wood members bent along geodesic lines on a relaxed surface.

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