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Ppp Final

  1. 1. Kids’ multi chair PPP Sp 09 Prototype - Jeehyun Moon
  2. 2. NEEDS Children “Kids are multitaskers.” Play, eat, draw, watch, write, and play all at the same time! - Joanne Walsh, Bronx, NY …The
kids
are
not
all
doing
the
same
thing.
They
are
all
doing
very
different
things.
 A
group
of
four
children
is
in
one
corner
of
the
room
assembling
a
jigsaw
puzzle
together.
 Another
group
of
five
is
at
a
kidney‐shaped
table
with
the
teacher,
working
on
iden?fying
 shapes,
colors,
and
the
le@ers
of
the
alphabet.
Other
children
are
working
independently,
 wri?ng
le@ers
or
words.
S?ll
others
are
drawing
pictures
at
their
tables.
 <Making
schools
work:
a
revolu?onary
plan
to
get
your
children
the
educa?on
they
need>
 By
William
G.
Ouchi,
Lydia
G.
Segal,
2003

  3. 3. NEEDS Institutions “Holistic education” Kids learn about themselves, relationship, resilience, and aesthetics in our institution. - Renown kindergarten,
  4. 4. OBSERVATION Children use things differently.
  5. 5. SOLUTION “Multifunctional” To meet the needs of always restless, busy kids
  6. 6. SOLUTION “Group-friendly” A furniture that facilitates kids’ group works
  7. 7. PROTOTYPING Iteration 5)
Full
scale
 prototype
 4)
1/3
scale
 1)
Sketch
ver.
I
 prototype
 2)
Small
scale
 3)
Sketch
ver.
2
 prototypes
(3)

  8. 8. SKETCH Version 1
  9. 9. SMALL SCALE PROTOTYPE Paper
  10. 10. SMALL SCALE PROTOTYPE Clay
  11. 11. SMALL SCALE PROTOTYPE Wire
  12. 12. SKETCH Version II
  13. 13. 1/3 SCALE PROTOTYPE Wood lock
  14. 14. FULL-SCALE PROTOTYPE Foam board
  15. 15. FULL-SCALE PROTOTYPE Foam board
  16. 16. FULL-SCALE PROTOTYPE Foam board
  17. 17. NEXT STEP Refinement: Multiple full scale prototypes: form & size refinement Material Up: Cub Children’s Chair Daniel Michalik, 2004 Pure granulated cork (reclaimed waste material from the bottle-stopper industry), non-toxic (and ecologically-sound) binding agent Left: FYS (Finish Your Self) by David Graas

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