molded plywood

molded plywood

Plywood formed and cured into a curved shape.
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Navy during World War Ii to produce molded plywood splints, stretchers and more.
After marrying, they left the Midwest and moved to Los Angeles with the goal of bringing to fruition Charles's vision for the molded plywood chair, which had already won a major award but needed further development.
Poll Manufacturing also provided hulls for Kenneth Cook's company, Inland Boat Service, which manufactured KenCraft boats both in Fiberglas and molded plywood.
Still looking as fresh as when it debuted in 1961, the Tendo Mushroom Stool remains a classic, a cleverly bent origami-like design made from three identical sheets of molded plywood.
The support's die-cast aluminum is 100-percent recycled and 100-percent recyclable, and the molded plywood is sourced from sustainable forests.
The pillow is also a counterpoint to the molded plywood chair (by Jean Prouve for Vitra, $850) and the screen (by 3 Square Design, $1,600).
Eames: Contemporary-looking chairs created by American industrial architect-designer Charles Eames, who began in the '20s but was best-known for his 1945 design, a shock-mounted chair with two separate ``petals'' of molded plywood creating a back and seat on a steel tubing frame.
Design: The Eames molded plywood chair, designed by Charles Eames, 1946.
In LA, they turned their apartment into a workshop for experiments with molded plywood.
The two-position student chairs employ a molded plywood methodology.
As chief furniture designer there, he was the first to use tubular steel in furniture, and he also pioneered the use of molded plywood.