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  1. 1. U9718052 Sfera Chair Design Process
  2. 2. The Sfera was designed to be a cafe' chair in a" culture house." "A culture house means he hasexhibitions , restaurants, a shop for design, and a book shop. It's a privately owned culture house, but it's open to the public."ThearchitectsMarten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune found a stunning means to incorporate not only East and West, but also thecontrasts of shadow and light, as well asnatural materials andmodernityinto their design. contrast
  3. 3. The Sfera was designed to be a cafe' chair in a" culture house." "A culture house means he hasexhibitions , restaurants, a shop for design, and a book shop. It's a privately owned culture house, but it's open to the public."ThearchitectsMarten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune found a stunning means to incorporate not only East and West, but also thecontrasts of shadow and light, as well asnatural materials andmodernityinto their design. contrast culture exhibition architect incorporate natural materials modernity
  4. 4. The Sfera was designed to be a cafe' chair in a" culture house." "A culture house means he hasexhibitions , restaurants, a shop for design, and a book shop. It's a privately owned culture house, but it's open to the public."ThearchitectsMarten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune found a stunning means to incorporate not only East and West, but also thecontrasts of shadow and light, as well asnatural materials andmodernityinto their design. contrast cultureexhibitionarchitect incorporate natural materials modernity
  5. 5. The Sfera was designed to be a cafe' chair in a" culture house." "A culture house means he hasexhibitions , restaurants, a shop for design, and a book shop. It's a privately owned culture house, but it's open to the public."ThearchitectsMarten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune found a stunning means to incorporate not only East and West, but also thecontrasts of shadow and light, as well asnatural materials andmodernityinto their design. contrast cultureexhibitionarchitectincorporate natural materials modernity
  6. 6. The Sfera was designed to be a cafe' chair in a" culture house." "A culture house means he hasexhibitions , restaurants, a shop for design, and a book shop. It's a privately owned culture house, but it's open to the public."ThearchitectsMarten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune found a stunning means to incorporate not only East and West, but also thecontrasts of shadow and light, as well asnatural materials andmodernityinto their design. contrast cultureexhibitionarchitectincorporate natural materials modernity
  7. 7. The architects decided toencasetheentirebuilding in a screen inspired by thesubtleplay of light andpatternthat they observed in nature. But instead of bamboo, they chose a much morehigh-techmaterial:"We made this leaf pattern intitanium steel ," Rune says. "Wepunchedholes in the steel, and it creates fantastic shadows inside the house. And then at night, it becomes thereverse , and you see the light from inside shining through to the outside."
  8. 8. The architects decided toencasetheentirebuilding in a screen inspired by thesubtleplay of light andpatternthat they observed in nature. But instead of bamboo, they chose a much morehigh-techmaterial:"We made this leaf pattern intitanium steel ," Rune says. "Wepunchedholes in the steel, and it creates fantastic shadows inside the house. And then at night, it becomes thereverse , and you see the light from inside shining through to the outside." encase entire subtle pattern high-tech titanium steel punched reverse
  9. 9. The architects decided toencasetheentirebuilding in a screen inspired by thesubtleplay of light andpatternthat they observed in nature. But instead of bamboo, they chose a much morehigh-techmaterial:"We made this leaf pattern intitanium steel ," Rune says. "Wepunchedholes in the steel, and it creates fantastic shadows inside the house. And then at night, it becomes thereverse , and you see the light from inside shining through to the outside." encase entire subtle pattern high-tech titanium steel punched reverse
  10. 10. The architects decided toencasetheentirebuilding in a screen inspired by thesubtleplay of light andpatternthat they observed in nature. But instead of bamboo, they chose a much morehigh-techmaterial:"We made this leaf pattern intitanium steel ," Rune says. "Wepunchedholes in the steel, and it creates fantastic shadows inside the house. And then at night, it becomes thereverse , and you see the light from inside shining through to the outside." encase entire subtle pattern high-tech titanium steel punched reverse
  11. 11. The architects decided toencasetheentirebuilding in a screen inspired by thesubtleplay of light andpatternthat they observed in nature. But instead of bamboo, they chose a much morehigh-techmaterial:"We made this leaf pattern intitanium steel ," Rune says. "Wepunchedholes in the steel, and it creates fantastic shadows inside the house. And then at night, it becomes thereverse , and you see the light from inside shining through to the outside." encase entire subtle pattern high-tech titanium steel punched reverse
  12. 12. " They used one machine to cut holes with thelaser , and then, theytrimmedit down with another machine to make it smooth so you don't cut yourself when you sit down." Rune explains. "Then they needed to be able tofold it. They were very clever, the way they do it. It has twotrianglesthat are open, and when you start folding, it comes together at the angles. You fold it and then weld it together, but the two welds areunderneaththe seat so you never see them."
  13. 13. " They used one machine to cut holes with thelaser , and then, theytrimmedit down with another machine to make it smooth so you don't cut yourself when you sit down." Rune explains. "Then they needed to be able tofold it. They were very clever, the way they do it. It has twotrianglesthat are open, and when you start folding, it comes together at the angles. You fold it and then weld it together, but the two welds areunderneaththe seat so you never see them." lasertrimmedtrianglesunderneath
  14. 14. " They used one machine to cut holes with thelaser , and then, theytrimmedit down with another machine to make it smooth so you don't cut yourself when you sit down." Rune explains. "Then they needed to be able tofold it. They were very clever, the way they do it. It has twotrianglesthat are open, and when you start folding, it comes together at the angles. You fold it and then weld it together, but the two welds areunderneaththe seat so you never see them." laser trimmed trianglesunderneath
  15. 15. " They used one machine to cut holes with thelaser , and then, theytrimmedit down with another machine to make it smooth so you don't cut yourself when you sit down." Rune explains. "Then they needed to be able tofold it. They were very clever, the way they do it. It has twotrianglesthat are open, and when you start folding, it comes together at the angles. You fold it and then weld it together, but the two welds areunderneaththe seat so you never see them." laser trimmed triangles underneath
  16. 16. END 09/10/13