One piece of furniture, two different looks. Either bedside tables or a side tables. The bottom shelf splays out the 4 legs holding them in position under tension. The two paddle pop sticks under the top add to the tension. Can be shipped disassembled and assembled with no tools only
The clips started off being 'S' shaped but I added the stubs out of function not form. Small hooks on the inside of the S curves catch on the protruding ply to stop it rotating easily. I haven't put all the reliefs of fillets on the inside corners of the ply but they need to be accounted for to take this concept further.
Necessity is the mother of all invention. We need something like this for our kids to reach the sink at home. It's only pixels for now but it won't be for long. Completely collapsable and locked together with the $ clips. The step treads are supported by the vertical pieces which also lock the sides in place.
I like the idea that my keys are in a warm, dark and soft place when I come home from work. The bowl is covered in a knitted wool with oak legs. On the inside is a warm coloured LED that can be used as a reading light. The cord exits from the rear leg and could have an inline switch. I think the opening could have some more shape in it and the legs changed to look a little softer. Or do you like the contrast between soft/warm and hard/edgey? I'm not sure why I've done a few animations…
Late in the day but it's still day 3. Meet Ilene. When using a particular material, I like incorporating features that draw on the properties of that material. Ply has a 'natural' spring it so using clips that hold the sides in under tension should work well. Detail pic to follow.
handhq: “ Time for something new. I always have designs and ideas rolling around in my head and I’m going to get them out. One every weekday, starting today, for a year. I spent a little longer than I.