INNOVATION OF FURNITUREBY : SITI SARAH BINTI ROSMAN A 132853
HISTORICAL OF FURNITURE● Trends in furniture design have evolved alongside societies, the materials they had access to, and advancements in technology.● Has a variety of characteristics to apply to furniture to determine the date in which it was made.
DEFINITION OF FURNITURE● For the movable objects intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping.● Furniture is also used to hold objects at a convenient height for work (as horizontal surfaces above the ground), or to store things.● Furniture can be a product of design and is considered a form of decorative art.
● It can serve a symbolic or religious purpose.● Furniture can be made from many materials, including metal, plastic, and wood.● It can be made using a variety of woodworking joints which often reflect the local culture.
TYPES OF FURNITURE● Tables● chairs● Beds● Desks● Dressers● cupboards, etc.● Usually kept in a house or other building to make it suitable or comfortable for living or working in.
● Two categories of furniture :- a) Categorized by species: Furniture periods aresometimes defined by the prevailing species of the time. b) Categorized by century: Many furniture periodsspan multiple centuries, but general design themescan be attributed defined 100-year spans.
CLASSIFIED BY MATERIALS●Wood furniture: the material include raw wood ,malamine blockboard MDFsolid wood refers to the plywood and paticle boards and etc.● Cany furniture : materials include bamboo ratten straw even hay● Matal furniture :materials include iron plate aluminium composite panel and stainless steel .and etc.● Glass furniture :materials include glass and glass fibre reinforced plastic .● Plastic furniture:: materials include plastic It processed by mould .
TYPE OF WOOD MATERIALS1. Age of Oak i) Oak was the predominant species used for most pieces. ii) These are massive, sturdy pieces, such as huge four-poster beds,longrectangular tables with bulbous turned legs connected by stout stretchers,benches for general use, and joined (as opposed to turned) chairs madefor important people.