• Wood 1 is a required sophomore studio for industrial design, meant to introduce us to wood as a material and promote problem solving and material sensitivity.
     
    These are projects from the latter half of the semester, when we had the opportunity to explore the material more independently. 
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  • Final project (part 1): use bent lamination to create a form that can hold at least four apples.
     
    My goal was to create a form that naturally suggested where the apples should sit while remaining true to the original laminated curves.
  • Additional views and description can be found on the Apple Holder project on my portfolio.
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  • Final project (part 2): use multiple pieces to carve a vessel with different treatments of the inner and outer surfaces.
     
    I wanted my vessel to sit horizontally on the table, but be more interesting than a bowl. My vessel is made with four parts, which allows the interior to extend into the point and still be enclosed. 
  • Additional views and description can be found in the Carved Vessel project on my portfolio.
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  • Shaping/finishing tools used (from rough to fine): chisel, hand plane, rasp, sandpaper, Danish oil
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  • Turnings: turn two pieces. Incorporate a convex form, a concave form, and at least one defined shape.