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Cradle / Bachelor theses on furniture design in TAC
Bachelor theses on furniture design at the Tartu Art College / 2012Subject: Cradle Impact on the Child’s Physical and Mental Health. (Cradle – inspired by 19th century Estonia)
A Winning Combination Bike Lock and Light
This bike lock goes the extra mile to make your life a little easier! Not only does it secure your ride when you’re not using it, it also serves as a stand to keep it upright and provides illumination while you’re riding. High-powered built-in LED lights to indicate your position to motors, pedestrians and other riders so you’re safer. Simply hang it under the saddle and you’re good to go!
Z-tabure cardboard stool folds flat for easy transportation - Designbuzz
We have covered a variety of portable furniture in the past, but a seating cannot be as minimal and sustainable as this cardboard stool by Turkish designer Erdem Selek. Dubbed “Z-tabure,” the foldable stool does not require detail cutting, glues..
Cardboard Chairs For Kids Are Durable And Sustainable [Pics]
Industrial Design students from the Rhode Island School of Design were recently tasked with creating a child’s chair from cardboard in one week. For the project, teams of three had to brainstorm, prototype and finish a chair cut from a piece of 48″x80″ cardboard that was able to support at least 55lbs.
Carl Liu: Taiji Chopsticks. The concept of yin yang, is used to describe how polar opposites or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent. Opposites only exist in relation to each other. Yin yang are complementary opposites that interact within a greater whole as part of a dynamic system. Taiji Chopsticks are two identical chopsticks representing yin and yang. The spiral design on the top enable two chopsticks to intersect each other and form dynamic balance and endless energy.