Archival Studies approached the design of Chair 02 as a venture to structurally organize an area — in this case, the human physique — and the studio hopes to ultimately use the identical system on an architectural scale.
The screw-free chair is fully made from 12-millimetre pine plywood reduce on CNC machines and laminated collectively into three layers, creating joints alongside the way in which.
It’s a part of the studio’s ongoing collection known as Furnishings Research, all based mostly on the identical materials.
“We additionally developed our studio construction in the identical system with bigger profiles to satisfy the inside scale, in addition to a home construction that has rather more substantial framing parts,” stated Archival Research co-founder Jo Qiang.
“This research is aiming to check the system’s efficiency on completely different scale environments and use. The curiosity in utilizing cost-effective supplies and the concentrate on craft additionally knowledgeable our design language to be pragmatic as one in all our primary pointers as a design studio.”
Based in 2018 by Qiang and colleagues Benediktas Burdulis, Emil Roman Frøge and Jesse Yang, Archival Research have been working their means up in scale, and at the moment are nearing the development section on their first home.
Chair 02 was initially made for one of many Copenhagen-based studio’s interiors tasks, a fit-out for Japanese restaurant Kōnā.
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