Materials: Solid oak & powder coated steel
We live in an era where everything is temporary. Our belongings, our house or even the city in which we live in is not permanent. Therefore, does still make sense to produce rigid or closed objects?
Continuing the exploration of versatile furniture pieces, Nomadic Bench adds a new layer into the project focusing on the visual interest of the users, who play a key role on the final configuration of the bench. The seat is an open platform which provides different setting´s options: they can equally sit facing each other or share the same view.
The Nomadic Bench is part of the Nomadic Collection, a series of flexible furniture pieces which are based on a detachable structure without any kind of screws, nails or glue. This constructive system works through connections inspired by traditional wooden joinery that can be easily assembled and disassembled by hand, in a short period of time. A the core of the system lies the simplicity of it construction. Instead of glue, a simple metal connector is used to hold the wooden slats together providing enough strength and stability to create a wide range of objects.
This is a further development of his Bacherlor´s graduation project Nomadic Studio.