On the application of the theory of proportion in furniture
One can implement the use of harmonious proportions, of course, also in the design and construction of furniture very well. Below are two examples of how this can happen in practice:
A piece of furniture has to fulfill at least two functions: it must first of its function as a table, shelf or bed etc. meet and second, it must be beautiful. That is, geometry, color and materials are harmoniously coordinated and decorated the furniture-alone by his presence-the room.
Patio furniture from 3-layer panels.
This piece of furniture we went back about a piece of jewelry for our patio built, which also has space for shoes, toys or tools. It should also serve as the storage and fall protection, because our patio is raised to the side by approximately 1m.
In the design I wanted something nice, maybe make cheerful and asked me, first, the image of a beast to configure.
A giraffe or cat or a dog. Finally, I chose the image of a bear and so I already had a name for the piece of furniture:
the TerrassenBär should be built!
The image of a bear was represented geometrically abstracted and then broken down into its component parts. The areas were designed to harmonious proportions and finally reassembled.
There were two things: first, the abstract image of a bear, and secondly, a piece of furniture with the ability to store things. Again, the golden section was used, as well as other harmonic divisions.
The furniture does not have back in the literal sense, it can be of two
Pages are loaded and also serves as a safety equipment from the higher
The TerrassenBär was built by me from spruce / pine 3-layered. The color scheme has been developed within the family and consists of a color glaze with plastic content.
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