schemata architects creates classroom influenced furniture for the workshop
 
schemata architects creates classroom influenced furniture for the workshop schemata architects creates classroom influenced furniture for the workshop
oct 24, 2015

schemata architects creates classroom influenced furniture for the workshop

schemata architects creates classroom influenced furniture for the workshop
photography by takumi ota

 

 

 

occupying a former high school, schemata architects have designed a collection of bespoke workshop furniture for studio renova ring. originally, the designers wanted to source original school furniture which would be appropriate for its workshop nature, but due to its unavailability, this resulted in the creation of their own furniture. composed of a matching table and a stool, the silhouette of the pieces reference the classroom. using wood and white steel pipes, the materials have been purposely assembled juxtaposed of each other; forming a hybrid structural system of wood and steel.
w / workshop furniture for studio renova ring by schemata architecture office designboom
the design workshop is based in a former high school
w / workshop furniture for studio renova ring by schemata architecture office designboom
the designers created furniture that references classic classroom furniture
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timber and steel were used in the fabrication of the furniture
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project info:

 

title : w / workshop furniture for studio renova ring
architect:jo nagasaka/schemata architects
project team: toshihisa aida + kohei hayashi
address: 3331 arts chiyoda b111 / 6-11-14 soto-kanda chiyoda-ku tokyo
usage: workshop, office
construction: todo(interior) / neu furniture works(furniture)
floor area:  71.68㎡
floors: 1
structure: rc
completion: 09/2015

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