Aguaviva is the third piece in David’s Strata range which uses multiple layers to create a sense of movement. This piece is made up of a total of 93 pieces of solid wood which are carefully joined together to produce this dynamic sculptural side table.
Wooden Pendant Lamp Designs & Ideas #1: The inspiration for the Rica wooden lamp shade came from Africa and the neck-rings women wear as part of their culture. It is a modern wooden lamp, but has a traditional feel at the same time. Rica is the perfect hanging lamp for every room, its handmade, natural wood, and uniquely designed and manufactured at studio 9 3/4 in Bulgaria. The lampshade is 100% handmade with love and passion for design! This wooden chandelier is simple and minimalistic and in the same time creates a warm and ambient atmosphere. It suits classic or modern furniture and is designed to bring a cosy feel to bedrooms, offices, living rooms, dining tables, kitchen islands or sideboards.
Wooden Coaster Design & Ideas #4: Carl Friedrich Gauss distinguishes between three types of curved surfaces, single curved – neutral (cylindrical), and double curved – negative (hyperboloid) and positive (spherical).
Curved surfaces are very attractive, especially negative double curved surfaces, but also very complicated to perform. What’s interesting about them in constructive terms is the increase in stiffness and load capacity as the surface is bent in one and two directions.
This video will show you the most amazing parametric chairs and genius wooden furniture.
Wooden Wall Clock Design & Ideas #5: A large, modern lotus design wall clock that really makes a statement. Made from laser cut birch plywood. Available in natural with a matte polyurethane, or water based matte brown or matte black stain. It is 18″ in diameter and floats 1/2″ off the wall creating a soft shadow. Designed and made in Canada. 12″ and 23″ sizes also available. -Built in hanger, -1/4″ thick wood, -Quartz movement, -Silent continuous sweep movement available
LaserOrigami is a rapid prototyping system that produces 3D objects using a laser cutter. LaserOrigami is substantially faster than traditional 3D fabrication techniques such as 3D printing and unlike traditional laser cutting the resulting 3D objects require no manual assembly.
Bit of a redesign and build of a geodesic climbing frame by Paul Robinson, most half sphere climbing frames are a bit low to the ground so the designer made this one more of a sphere to get a better vertical climbing area on the sides of the dome.
Wooden Kitchen Accessories Designs & Ideas #1: Thomas Pavitte: “I’ve always wanted to get something laser cut. This is a bowl that I created out of laser cut plywood.”
The ZCB Bamboo Pavilion is a public event space built for the Construction Industry Council’s Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) in the summer of 2015 in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong.
Researchers from ETH Zurich have built a prototype of an ultra-thin, curved concrete roof using innovative digital design and fabrication methods. The tested novel formwork system will be used in an actual construction project.
Oleg Tyrnov designed this wooden office chair with the help of parametric modelling techniques considering the principles of ergonomics in order to create a beautiful, unique and innovative product which is really comfortable too.
Wooden Pendant Lamp Design & Ideas #3: This is an early version of the Moon Lamp designed by Verner Panton for the Danish lamp manufacturer Louis Poulsen, produced in the 1960s. The lamellae can be placed in any conceivable position. In order to reinforce the impression of the spherical shape, each of the rings is slightly arched. It is in a very good vintage condition.
Wooden Decorative Panel Designs & Ideas #2: Decorative Wooden Panel, Laser Cut Wood, Moroccan Style. Measurements: Diameter: 12.9 cm or 9.8 cm
Reebok is using 3D technology to break the mold. Bloomberg’s Anne Mostue visited the Boston-based company’s headquarters to see how it’s using proprietary liquid material, software and robotics to draw shoes in three-dimensional layers
Wooden Wall Art Designs & Ideas #2: Three dimensional wall art that is sure to turn heads. This minimal and classy design is perfect for adding some 3D “pop” to your home or business. This Birch wood box is laser cut before being layered with additional birch panels. It is then sanded, stained, and sealed with shellac by hand! 8 inch wide, 10 inch tall, with an approximate 1 inch depth to really make it stand out. Available in red, blue, and teal finishes.
If you want to build this: two chunks of 2×4 that were each 20″ long were cut. These were then ripped into 14 strips, which were eventually cut in half. Of these 28 total pieces, 18 were used for hexagonal and 10 were used for pentagonal tubes.
Wooden Wall Clock Designs & Ideas #4: This clock is made of seven layers of precisely cut and engraved wood. The layers of wood resemble the growth rings of a tree. The clock will mount flat to the wall because the mechanism is fit inside the depth of the layers. finishing: The front side of the wood has been sanded. background: Growth rings, also referred to as tree rings or annual rings, can be seen in a horizontal cross section cut through the trunk of a tree. Growth rings are the result of new growth in the vascular cambium, a layer of cells near the bark that is classified as a lateral meristem.
Wooden Box Designs & Ideas #1: Laser cut and handcrafted storage box made from birch wood. Displays a geometric cube design. Great for jewelry, greeting cards, personal effects and storage or as a presentation and gift box. The lid is designed to stay in place without a lock or hinge. The measurements of the box are 6-1/2″ wide, 6-1/2″ Long and 4-1/2″ high when fully closed.
M Arch 1 Studio, Force Matter II: Calibration, School of Architecture, CUHK, Semester 2, 2017-18
Inspired by the coffee bean’s natural geometry, this beautifully crafted table is made of CNC-cut Mahogany slats, showing its distinctive brown tones, making its close resemblance to the coffee seed even more direct
This shingled timber pavilion was created by masters students on ETH Zurich’s Digital Fabrication course, who developed robotic fabrication techniques to minimise the waste involved in its construction.
Wooden Wall Clock Designs & Ideas #1: Modern Voronoi wall clock for your living room, bedroom or the office. Made of wood, square, organic-like, no dials visible, it’s more of a statement than just an object that tells the time. It’s nature confined in a basic shape.
This item begins as an ordinary plywood board. It gets cut to the desired size, finely sanded and then placed under the laser cutter, where our own custom-made-through-sweat-and-tears template is loaded. We take out the resulting pieces from the “oven” so we can finish it with wood stain. We sand it one more time, using fine sandpaper. This is all done manually – so all of those small imperfections hint that even though it’s laser cut, there are human hands that took over.