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Recreate Image Drillmaster Stool #135 designed in 2008
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Drillmaster Stool
The Stool: From the Antique Anforas that could be found all among the Anatolia, this stool will carry you back in time..

How to Produce: From wood: Lathe the top part till the legs, there are around 20 legs which all are identical and they should be attached to the lathed top part. Then we paint it on the rotar, a rotating machine or torna. So if you want to realise this in metal? Yes possible, top part and legs are individually casted and connected. Plastics? Could be realised with injection molding, but how the mold is designed is important..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Plastic, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Drillmaster Stool is 240 mm x 450 mm x 240 mm, each box contains a single Drillmaster Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 290 mm x 500 mm x 290 mm, roughly 800 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 1680 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 03:02:36.


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Recreate Image Drillgirl Stool #134 designed in 2008
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Drillgirl Stool
The Stool: This stool takes its form from the traditional ince belli çay bardağı; tea glass that is very common in Turkey. .

How to Produce: 12 legs all identical are metal casted or cut from a plane of metal, then bend. The legs are then covered with foam for the bottom parts, then a sleeve of textile is worn. Top part is a metal circle with a grid and inside the grid we have a foam, both covered with textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Drillgirl Stool is 420 mm x 430 mm x 420 mm, each box contains a single Drillgirl Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 470 mm x 480 mm x 470 mm, roughly 325 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 650 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

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Recreate Image Dedd Grand Chair #133 designed in 2008
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Dedd Grand Chair
The Grand Chair: What if you could have a sea-shell Grand Chair? This chair is forcing the limits of latest production techniques and materials..

How to Produce: Realisation of this item requires artisan woodworking or metalworking and later the body will be covered by textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Dedd Grand Chair is 949 mm x 966 mm x 684 mm, each box contains a single Dedd Grand Chair and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 999 mm x 1016 mm x 734 mm, roughly 36 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 72 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:57:27.


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Recreate Image Damlasifir Stool #132 designed in 2008
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Damlasifir Stool
The Stool: A Special stool that was especially made not so comfortable, so that customers do not sit all the day in your restaurant..

How to Produce: Identical legs are produced by either wood, metal or plastics, from either woodworking, metal casting or injection molding, later we have the central circle element that is connected to the legs and a final bigger circle also connects to the legs. The texture is applied the following way: For circles, with a zipper it can be two pieces as a slave, for legs, opened from inside, elastic textile..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal, Plastic, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Damlasifir Stool is 440 mm x 402 mm x 436 mm, each box contains a single Damlasifir Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 490 mm x 452 mm x 486 mm, roughly 325 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 675 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:56:24.


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Recreate Image Damlaiki Stool #131 designed in 2008
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Damlaiki Stool
The Stool: A variation on the Damlabir, a stool with six legs. Inspired by Japanese art. The additional legs are important; the previous design had a sharp feeling that I was unease of, this is more soft..

How to Produce: Again, legs are identical, produce one and connect three, so how to produce one? Best way is metal casting. Later we have some sleeve/case that we cover the object, can be kind of an elastic textile or the sleeve could be two pieces and later attached to eachother, anycase this kind of approach would solve the problem..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Damlaiki Stool is 463 mm x 411 mm x 458 mm, each box contains a single Damlaiki Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 513 mm x 461 mm x 508 mm, roughly 325 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 650 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:53:36.


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Recreate Image Damlabir Stool #130 designed in 2008
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Damlabir Stool
The Stool: From A Japanese Family Crest into a Stool. This design carries a tradition to a real life object..

How to Produce: Each leg is identical and therefore the best approach is to metal cast the legs, preferably with texture, and then spray it in a gradient way..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Damlabir Stool is 389 mm x 410 mm x 400 mm, each box contains a single Damlabir Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 439 mm x 460 mm x 450 mm, roughly 325 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 675 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:50:21.


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Recreate Image Crybug Chair #129 designed in 2008
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Crybug Chair
The Chair: Well, what is the fun of designing chairs if you do not have some fun? I designed this chair for kids rooms..

How to Produce: Legs in metal tube, the tongue is a cushion, top part is realised: either by injection/roto molding of plastics, or with metal skeleton that will be coated by foam and later by textile that is water/strain resistant as I am sure childs will spill something into it!.

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Plastic, Metal, Textiles.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Crybug Chair is 980 mm x 1046 mm x 752 mm, each box contains a single Crybug Chair and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1030 mm x 1096 mm x 802 mm, roughly 36 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 72 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-11-07 11:53:22.


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Recreate Image Boccek Chair #128 designed in 2008
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Boccek Chair
The Chair: The shape for this chair comes from naturalistic Japanese patterns some of which make use of bugs and flowers in nature..

How to Produce: Legs are metal tubes that are cut and welded, Top part in metal skeleton covered by polyurethane foam and then by textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Boccek Chair is 636 mm x 770 mm x 496 mm, each box contains a single Boccek Chair and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 686 mm x 820 mm x 546 mm, roughly 108 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 216 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:46:32.


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Recreate Image Balik Stool #127 designed in 2008
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Balik Stool
The Stool: Inspired by Japanese culture and arts this Stool is a stackable light low-stool, best use for restaurants or in outdoors. Actually this peace of furniture could be used with a cushion as well if one needs more comfort..

How to Produce: Solid cut / pressed top part is metal, the legs are also metal. After we weld them, or connect them, we coat them with polyurethane foam and then cover with textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Plastic, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Balik Stool is 532 mm x 330 mm x 636 mm, each box contains a single Balik Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 582 mm x 380 mm x 686 mm, roughly 216 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 432 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

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Recreate Image Balikusu Ground Chair #126 designed in 2008
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Balikusu Ground Chair
The Ground Chair: Quite a low chair with extensive comfort for the spine, the texture on the seating is especially designed to provide more air flow, this low chair can also be used outdoors and could be attached to grounds or sitting blocks..

How to Produce: Injection molding of plastics, the mold could be a bit complicated but it is not so difficult actually. Can also be realised by wood craftsmanship..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Plastic, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Balikusu Ground Chair is 620 mm x 444 mm x 679 mm, each box contains a single Balikusu Ground Chair and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 670 mm x 494 mm x 729 mm, roughly 160 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 340 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:40:53.


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Recreate Image Bahcelik Stool #125 designed in 2008
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Bahcelik Stool
The Stool: Especially designed to be used as an outdoor furniture, mostly in gardens, the stool accomodates three people, have water holes and a root stake could be added to increase stability. Inspired by Japanese floral designs..

How to Produce: Top part: realised by laser cutting or solid pressing metal planes as in a lasagna, and then welding/connecting them. Bottom part metal casting. .

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Bahcelik Stool is 734 mm x 455 mm x 847 mm, each box contains a single Bahcelik Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 784 mm x 505 mm x 897 mm, roughly 120 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 225 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

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Recreate Image Ayakligo Chair #124 designed in 2008
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Ayakligo Chair
The Chair: Inspired by the city flower symbol of Tokyo. Has traditional Japanese texture as decoration..

How to Produce: This chair is realised by injection molding of plastics in two pieces; top and bottom and than attaching them, or one peace with additional metal structure. This design could also be realised by metal - say aluminum press, or other metal molding..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Ayakligo Chair is 457 mm x 750 mm x 516 mm, each box contains a single Ayakligo Chair and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 507 mm x 800 mm x 566 mm, roughly 150 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 315 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:37:58.


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Recreate Image Ayak Low Table #123 designed in 2008
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Ayak Low Table
The Low Table: An elegant solution to your low table need comes from all the way, Japan. Perfect fit for table games and around the table gathering..

How to Produce: This Japanese style low table is realised by bended metal tube/solid legs for support, wooden or thin-metal (around 0.8-1cm diameter) top with Japanese style patterns which is solid cut or ready bought material. Legs painted white..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Ayak Low Table is 1437 mm x 369 mm x 1437 mm, each box contains a single Ayak Low Table and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1487 mm x 419 mm x 1487 mm, roughly 56 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 116 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:36:37.


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Recreate Image Apunkur Stool #122 designed in 2008
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Apunkur Stool
The Stool: Inspired by an old post-box in Japan.

How to Produce: Main legs in metal tubes bended and little arcs metal press cut both have them should be fitted in to their sleeves of textiles, they are connected to a central element which could be realised by press forming of metal, top is a metal/wooden plate which have polyurethane foam and then it is all covered with textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Apunkur Stool is 474 mm x 450 mm x 474 mm, each box contains a single Apunkur Stool and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 524 mm x 500 mm x 524 mm, roughly 275 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 575 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:34:27.


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Recreate Image Apiki Coffee Table #121 designed in 2008
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Apiki Coffee Table
The Coffee Table: Inspired by an old post-box in Japan, this item adds some crowd to your lonely spaces..

How to Produce: Several parts, main legs in metal tubes bended, little arcs metal press cut, both have them should be fitted in to their sleeves, they are connected to a central element which could be realised by press forming of metal, top is a metal/wooden plate. All covered with textiles..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Apiki Coffee Table is 621 mm x 485 mm x 621 mm, each box contains a single Apiki Coffee Table and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 671 mm x 535 mm x 671 mm, roughly 176 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 352 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-12 02:32:47.


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Recreate Image Apitit Coffee Table #120 designed in 2008
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Apitit Coffee Table
The Coffee Table: The legs were inspired by Kimono wrappings, this is a very durable chair...

How to Produce: Legs can be slightly modified such that they can be press cut from metal and then bended/pressed to the desirable shape, later we have a connector in the middle that connects these legs, and it is connected to the top part. .

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal, Textiles.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Apitit Coffee Table is 621 mm x 485 mm x 621 mm, each box contains a single Apitit Coffee Table and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 671 mm x 535 mm x 671 mm, roughly 176 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 352 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-11-10 11:35:46.


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Recreate Image Apintar Coffee Table #119 designed in 2008
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Apintar  Coffee Table
The Coffee Table: This coffe table is painted in detail with a red black pattern inspired by Japanese art, the eight leg is inspired by spider and the bone-ends were inspired by african art..

How to Produce: Identical legs are metal casted, top part metal plane press or laser cut to round shape, a connector part connects legs and the top. The painting is done by a machine or by handpainting..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Metal, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Apintar Coffee Table is 674 mm x 529 mm x 674 mm, each box contains a single Apintar Coffee Table and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 724 mm x 579 mm x 724 mm, roughly 96 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 204 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-11-11 02:37:13.


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