molded plywood

molded plywood

Plywood formed and cured into a curved shape.
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From there, students will replicate the neighborhood car design using sustainable materials, including molded plywood and fiberglass, resulting in a lightweight, ultra-efficient and sustainable vehicle.
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 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.
NEW YORK -- The Eames Foundation, Eames Office and Herman Miller have teamed up with the Public Works Department of New York to present an online auction featuring a unique collection of iconic Eames[R] Molded Plywood Chairs as re-imagined by some of today's most celebrated graffiti and street artists.
has invited eleven renowned designers and firms to honor the famous molded plywood chair with their own individual stylistic vision.
This is so apparent when viewing and using items that are now classics: The Aalto vase that is the perfect vessel for tulips; the sheer beauty of molded plywood when handled by Arnie Jacobsen to create the Ant chair; the blending of material, form and function in a Hans Wegner chair.
Molded plywood, as used in the chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames, which has recently been reintroduced by furniture manufacturer Herman Miller for the Home, is very durable.
They also invented the all-plywood side, visitor and dining chairs as well as molded plywood seats and backs for chairs on steel legs.