Yuji Tanabe Architects have found a solution to create two chairs from a single piece of wooden in a means that leaves little or no offcuts. The idea, named TWINS-MDF, consists of a Body chair and a Floor chair which have been lower very exactly and intentionally with a CNC router. Like a puzzle, the architects needed to discover the best frequent divisors of every chair and assume critically about how one lower may create two items.
For instance, the again seat remainder of the Floor chair was extracted from the piece that created the again seat remainder of the Body chair. Yuji Tanabe Architects repeated the train to carve out the remainder of the chair. The mass/void relationship of the dual set of chairs leads to minimal waste with the yield fee being over 70% (the upper the share, the much less waste). The chairs will be made in varied colours and even patterns by utilizing totally different coloured MDF wooden. The chairs require no screws or glue to assemble. As a substitute, the items match completely into each other, arguably the overarching theme of the idea.
For extra data on the TWINS-MDF Chairs, go to yuji-tanabe.com.
Images by Yuji Tanabe Architects.