Sometimes we make furniture.
The Crane Chair speaks to the industrious spirit of Edmontonians. Inspired by Brandon Vickerd’s “Dance of the Cranes,” the Crane Chair borrows shape and form from construction machinery, bridges and scaffolding. Through utilizing these familiar patterns, the chair communicates feelings of strength and building vertically upwards. At a time when Edmonton is revitalizing the downtown area through infrastructure and growth, this chair would be visual echo of change.
A rocking chair with no legs.
WORKSTATION FOR BLINC LAB
A workstation design for the Blinc Lab's Myoelectric Training Tool, the Bento Arm. The Bento Arm is designed to help upper arm amputees learn to use Myoelectric prosthetheses. The Workstation is mobile unit that is able to adapt to the many different clinical and research activities that the Bento Arm is used for. The Workstation has storage space, folding side flaps, an adjustable mount for the Bento Arm, and is chemical resistant to allow for hospital grade cleaners.
Photo credit: Michael Peel
SAP SIDE TABLES
Sap Side Tables feature Wool and Leather dipped in resin as table surfaces.
WILBUR SIDE TABLE
Holds drinks and fine literature. Made with a walnut, maple, brass and leather.