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PLYWOOD BUILDS

& BOOKSHELF SEAT

While interning at Orange Chair in Cincinnati, I was fortunate enough to have been given access to the company PCs, woodshop and CNC mill outside of work hours. If I needed to build a quick, rough furniture piece for my own use then I would design it in Rhino and build it using scrap plywood. Below are a few of the pieces that I built.

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The BLUE Chair

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At the end of my term working at Orange Chair, I fully upholstered a soft-denim covered chair. Its purpose is to serve as both a small bookshelf as well as a seat. It was challenging to work outside of my skillset in the upholstery and sewing departments, but the help that I received from my invaluable coworkers made the project quite efficient.

Design, Build, Program the cut

MILL the PLYWOOD

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ASSEMBLE THE Pieces with glue and staples

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ADD BURLAP and FOam, SEW cloth covers

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BOLT THE MAIN SECTIONS TOGETHER

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READY FOR DELIVERY AND FINISH

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