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Design by Daniel Pangelah. Ciputra University Project. No cuts, no glue, no tape. Can support 160++ pounds
We make cardboard chairs using cardboard(da), fabric, glue, stuffing, and burlap. All if these materials Cassidy had in her crafting room (the studio) Hope you enjoyed! Don't forget to like and subscribe!
Assignment for Enviornmental Design:design a cardboard chair that can hold 200 pounds
We, group #36, started this project by first observing what is a chair and how can we build one with cardboard? We looked at modern chair designs to understand their structure and cardboard chair designs to discover how to put together the chair without glue or tape. We, then spoke to an expert in c
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80" x 48" Cardboard sheet folded into a chair with arm/backrest and desk. no cuts, just RISD Wikipedia:A 3D class offered in Foundation Studies, taught by Ken Horii. The objective of the project is to gain understanding of the material (cardboard, utility knife) and to be able to turn some
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Today I will show you how to make this cute dolls chairYou will need: cardboard ruler wooden skewers pencil school glue hot glue paintFirst of all take the doll and sketch the shape of the seatRepeat this shape 3-4 times, cut and glue all pieces Secure with the clips and leave it to drySketch shape
The chair and desk, each of them is made out of one sheet of cardboard. You can make this with no glue, no cut, only folding!
I build a cardboard gaming chair from 40x48 inch sheets of cardboard. using a razor knife and wood glue
Design Challenge 2: Cardboard ChairIn our group the biggest challenge was the base, because we had to figure out how exactly we were going to make a sturdy base and make sure that the pieces of cardboard would hold together without glue. There was a strip of cardboard that had been folded into a tri
Functional cardboard chair and writing desk. Industrial design case study of natural laws of form evolving from function and structure. The chair's components require a functional back, armrests, portablitly under 24" x 16" x 12", a minimal seat height of 12", minimal dynamic loa
One piece of 48" x 80" corrugated cardboard.Develop a form that transitions through three stages: portable, structural/furniture that can support at least 180lbs, and ornamental. All pieces you use must assemble fluidly and cannot disassemble. No glue and no fasteners of any kind.I used on
How my module for cardboard chair is made without module can build up various compositions
Designed by James Schaffroth in summer transfer foundations at RISD. No cuts, no glue, no tape. Can support 200+ pounds
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Click the link to make this fabsome craft today!by request: hot glue not required for this craft project, but you can use it if you like :o) we try our best to get through all comments and request but sometimes it may take a while. :o)
We designed a cardboard chair for an Environmental Design class at ASU. It was made purely of cardboard and had the strength to withstand a 230+ lb person tested multiple times. It was primarily constructed with cardboard without any glue, fasteners, or tape
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