A flatpack rocking chairThinking Woman’s Chair
Thinking Woman’s Chair – A flatpack rocking chair.
Traditional 2D instruction manuals are often confusing and laborious to use, 3D visualisation in augmented reality helps the user to understand 3D dimensions the procedures involved in assembling furniture. Fundamental to the ‘DIY Design’ concept of the brand, is the development of the Augmented Reality assembly guide. AR is a perfect use case for the often complicated task of assembling RTA (ready-to assemble).
The partnership wants to develop a flat-pack rocking chair, designed to be manufactured entirely using CNC (Computerised numeric control) machines, adding to the Nomade Editions brand, which is a furniture label that enables users to customise, personalise and download designs. The Project will also involve the development of an Augmented Reality instruction manual that will guide and help users to assemble the rocking chair’s components into the finished product.
PROCESS AND INTENT (Germany)
Paolo de Jesus is a Berlin-based product/furniture designer.
He offers a bespoke design, product development and visualisation services for private clients, interior designers, design agencies, architects and start-ups.
Lune is a creative agency focused on augmented and virtual reality experiences for businesses, culture and brands.