JULY 2017 | BACHELOR THESIS
The aim of the project is to create a grow-ing system of daily use that adapts to changing life situations. The user can arrange elements very individually and is therefore given a high amount of freedom in designing a wardrobe of his needs. The 45°-groove enables a fast and flexible reaction to strong or less strong usage. Modules like hooks or felt boxes can be easily hooked in and moved around. When choosing materials for the product, a great value was given to durability and renewable resources.
INSPIRATION: THE SHAKER FURNITURE FROM THE SHAKER MOVEMENT AROUND 1900. GUIDING PRINCIPLES WERE SIMPLICITY, UTILITY AND HONESTY. THEIR BELIEFS WERE REFLECTED IN THE WELL-MADE FURNITURE OF MINIMALIST DESIGNS.
PROCESS AND PRODUCTION
PHOTO CREDITS: (SHAKER WARDROBE, 1962) JACK E. BOUCHER, FOUND ON WIKIPEDIA.ORG, ANNA LUISE PFAU