Fold-flat furniture looks like isomorphic illustrations when it's collapsed


#1

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#2

Did you mean “isometric” drawing? “Perspective” is not really what you mean.


#3

Sure, but can I still bark my shins on them?


#4

Is it just me orders it seem like if you applied pressure in a certain direction (the fold-up direction) with your butt, that would collapse the thing in very short order. Like you would fall on your butt if you shift your weight in the wrong direction. Maybe a pin that keeps it locked rather than those easily ignored ball bearing bump thingees. Looks great on the wall tho. Space saving aspect also very cool.


#5

Those are locking pins. They’re very sturdy, in my experience.


#6

I would like one of these pieces of furniture, to beat my Industrial Design professors with :slight_smile:


#7

These guys could use some


#8

Beautiful illusion, solid engineering.


#9

You AND the 2-D horse you rode in on.


#10

Really great design, and remarkable restraint not adding an awful soundtrack to the video. Love this work!


#11

You need to get this fixed. Your ads block half the video.


#12

yes, I had to delete the parent div in F11 to make it full screen!


#13

I was able to see the last “o” of Vimeo which let me watch it over there.


#14

I’d hang them on a floor-to-ceiling mirror, so I can pretend I’m borrowing them from a parallel dimension.


#15

Clever. But now I kind of want to see this done with a perspective drawing rather than an isometric one, even if the resulting bench is uneven and impractical.


#16

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