Beds

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Project: Beds
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Designer: Phil Jergenson
Date: 2012
Tools: Wrenches
Parts: Frames, End caps, Bolts, Nuts
Techniques: Tri joints, Shelf joints

Introduction

A bed is a piece of furniture which is used as a place to sleep and relax.

Most modern beds consist of a soft, cushioned mattress on a bed frame, the mattress resting either on a solid base, often wood slats, or a sprung base. Many beds include a box spring inner-sprung base, which is a large mattress-sized box containing wood and springs that provide additional support and suspension for the mattress. Beds are available in many sizes, ranging from infant-sized bassinets and cribs, to small beds for a single person or adult, to large queen and king-size beds designed for two people. While most beds are single mattresses on a fixed frame, there are other varieties, such as the murphy bed, which folds into a wall, the sofa bed, which folds out of a sofa, and the bunk bed, which provides two mattresses on two tiers as well as a ladder to get to the upper tier.

Challenges

Approaches

Loose Parts Lorenza day bed

  • 4x 8 hole + 6x 20 hole + 4x 48 hole = 344 holes

Development targets

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