IDS10: Student Work Steals the Show

As is often the case at the Interior Design Show, the student work is among the most interesting in the show. This year OCAD stole the show with their chair designs; Nita Chakravarty presented a flatpack design that his held together by rope passed through beautiful brass hardware.

It is all held together by a ratchet on the rear.

Farhad Shabani designed this clever transformer that converts from a dining chair

Haniyeh Khosravi Fard built this chair out if industrial angles and rope.

At Ryerson School of Interior Design, they try to "address the issues of the present recycling units, to create modular bins that allow for maximized accessibility, adaptability and facilitate a clear and effortless understanding of their usage." I am not certain they succeeded.

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