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丸ちゅん on Flickr.透過 Flickr:
(́つ◞౪◟⊂‵)

丸ちゅん on Flickr.

透過 Flickr:
(́つ◞౪◟⊂‵)

dear deer on Flickr.透過 Flickr:
Fujifilm X-e1
helios 44m 58mm F2
Nara, Japan

dear deer on Flickr.

透過 Flickr:
Fujifilm X-e1
helios 44m 58mm F2

Nara, Japan

無標題 on Flickr.透過 Flickr:
Fujifilm X-e1
helios 44m 58mm F2
Tokyo, Japan

無標題 on Flickr.

透過 Flickr:
Fujifilm X-e1
helios 44m 58mm F2

Tokyo, Japan

Lotus on Flickr.
Live in the silt but not imbrued.

Lotus on Flickr.

Live in the silt but not imbrued.

Anti-g chair structure
photo by suhann

Anti-g chair structure

photo by suhann

My final Product Design in Shih Chien University, Taiwan Anti-g Table (Design by Jo-Hsuan Chang / Photo by Suhann)
“Qiao tou an” is a kind of table for apreciating painted scrolls like “A Boundless View of Landscape” and “Along the River During the Qingming Festival” which needs be opened laterally. The height suits the user to enjoy the paint and write when standing. The tilt on both sides is in oder to avoid scrolls roll down.
Adding the feature of “qiao tou an” in the experimental result, use it to combine the desktop and the stand. Raised portions not only make it visually change but also has practical function. “qiao tou an” mostly has carved decorations on its legs, and Anti-g uses the feature of Doungoung- decorative and structural to transform the Ming-style furniture to a modern and geometric style.
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My final Product Design in Shih Chien University, Taiwan
Anti-g Table (Design by Jo-Hsuan Chang / Photo by Suhann)

“Qiao tou an” is a kind of table for apreciating painted scrolls like “A Boundless View of Landscape” and “Along the River During the Qingming Festival” which needs be opened laterally. The height suits the user to enjoy the paint and write when standing. The tilt on both sides is in oder to avoid scrolls roll down.

Adding the feature of “qiao tou an” in the experimental result, use it to combine the desktop and the stand. Raised portions not only make it visually change but also has practical function. “qiao tou an” mostly has carved decorations on its legs, and Anti-g uses the feature of Doungoung- decorative and structural to transform the Ming-style furniture to a modern and geometric style.

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My final Product Design in Shih Chien University, TaiwanAnti-g chair  (Design by Jo-Hsuan Chang / Photo by Suhann)
Using the trasformed structure to make the stool. On the bottom is the combination of the reduced structure and thin stainless steel. In contrast, the thin structure can support the weight above.

The seat is composed by three units. After several times trying to make stool stable, the pivots of the legs must connect into an equilateral triangle to avoid the dump by the barycenter offset.


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My final Product Design in Shih Chien University, Taiwan
Anti-g chair  (Design by Jo-Hsuan Chang / Photo by Suhann)

Using the trasformed structure to make the stool.
On the bottom is the combination of the reduced
structure and thin stainless steel. In contrast, the
thin structure can support the weight above.

The seat is composed by three units. After several times trying to make stool stable, the pivots of the legs must connect into an equilateral triangle to avoid the dump by the barycenter offset.

more photo

Anti-g Series Concept

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Douging can’t be found in vernacular dwellings. That’s make me want to bring Dougong into the home and make it become a part of life. So I thought the furniture, which closely relates to our lives. Anti-g series combine orient and occident architecture. Giving the traditional structure a brand new appearance.

imageRemoving it’s mass while preserving the Dougong’s structure, a constrast of positive and negative space is created via the combination of the thick table top and seating surfaces and the thin metal supporting it.

I connected Dougong’s pivots to each other, forming a structure with lines. Taking Dougong’s two different forms in construction, and transformed them to brand new appearance. Then, combined them into a new structure.

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Imitating the method of the gravity system of La Sagrada Família - Hanging weights on ropes - to get the best angle.

About Dougong

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Dougong is a unique structural element of interlocking wooden brackets, one of the most important elements in traditional Chinese architecture. Dougong is also an ornament which is one of the remarkable features of classical Chinese architecture. It contains profound Chinese traditional culture and embodies the ancient Chinese guarded hierarchy. Most of these are very difficult to build. Because pieces are fitted together by joinery alone without glue or fasteners, due to the precision and quality of the carpentry. It’s construction is very time consuming.

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