Textile Moulded Chair by Studio Hausen
Joscha Brose and Jorg Holtje German designers, calling Hausen studio based on the side of Berlin offers us the fruit of their searches: Textile Moulded Chair .
With one thing in mind ” Making furniture with a mold textile “, they seek, test, experiment …
A mold textile, in which they add to the polyurethane foam to swell and stiffen when all seems the most flexible, accessible and marketable!
All the most complex forms, such as organic chair presented seem possible!
Once the technique well developed, the real fun begins!
Explanations of the creators:
” In a digital-analog process, Brose HAS created a textile form That Can Be Produced cheaply Since 95% of the work Is Done by a high-frequency welder and robot There are no injection mold forms Costly Involved. The textile form, or skin, gains STI shape and structure by Being inflated From Within and filled with a structural material – in this case polyurethane foam.
The form of Brose’s textile furniture objects fits the physical type of the process and Reflections the extraordinarily efficient geometric structures of Radiolaria grid shells. The endoskeleton of These single-celled protozoans Pacific plankton are Formed by the merger of tiny bubbles.
The grid shell structures of the Textile Moulded Chairs are scaled up reflections of the composition of the foam filling. In addition the six-sided polyhedron structure aussi Optimized To Be compatible with the production technique. The Resulting organic form IS Botha response to modern biomorphic architecture and server as a ‘living’ in contrasting geometric accent living spaces built in Such materials as steel, concrete and glass. ”
Find new techniques, find answers, find the right solutions … Are not they, too, the duties of designers?
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