Robert Audroué, a sophomore in the Industrial Design department, recently shared with us this video of the process behind creating a table for Design Principles. The table was designed and created in collaboration with Jie Gao, Cory Lambert, and Zung Nguyen Vu.
“My friends and I wanted to construct a light, simple yet sturdy table that can be made with little material and does not require glue for assembly,” said Audroué. “The table’s legs are made of pine, its top is birch plywood, and the whole is held together by pressure-fit joints that are left exposed to create visual interest.”
More information on the process can be found here.
Posted by Carly Ayres | Date Posted: 01 February, 2013
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