• Plans Seating

    90 Minute Lounge Chair by AtFab

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    Deceptively comfortable, the 90-Minute Lounge Chair balances your body in a relaxed position that’s perfect for reading, watching, or chatting with a friend. Its origins in humble sheet material are lost in a volumetric, sculptural stance. The Chair’s 9 simple pieces interlock with a set of keys that can either be CNC milled or 3D printed. A set of keys, which simplify assembly and lock the furniture parts into place, are included in the download files for milling alongside your chair parts. Alternately, the keys can be 3D printed in colorful ABS plastic, from .stl files found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page. As shown, one chair can be milled from two sheets of 4’x8’ material, while three sheets of material will efficiently yield a pair of lounge chairs.

    For the plans and more details visit: AtFab.co

    Dimensions: depth: 710mm, seat-height: 400mm, width: 750-2000mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 2 sheet

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

     

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    Rotational Table by AtFab

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    The Rotational Table is a freestanding table with cantilevered corners and storage compartments accessible on all sides. Comprised of 10 interlocking pieces, its loads and forces are resolved by a rotationally symmetrical arrangement of tapered leg assemblies.

    For the plans and more details visit: AtFab

    Dimensions: length: 1200mm, height: 400mm, width: 900mm.

    Cutting sheets (fits on): 1 sheets

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    Open Cabinet by AtFab

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    Since your things aren’t generic, your storage shouldn’t be either. The Open Cabinet is subdivided into a scaled array of cells that transform the storage of things into a curated display. As more of our possessions are stored digitally, the few things we still collect need proper accommodation. The unit shown here has compartments that accommodate a roll of trace, your favorite LPs, and everything in between. If your prized possessions require more specific accommodations, we will soon be able to customize a cabinet accordingly.

     

    For the plans (soon to be released) and more details visit: AtFab.co

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

     

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    Kuka Chair by Denis Fuzii

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    The KUKA chair is an elegant and comfortable lounge chair, designed for ease of storage and transportation by Brazilian architect and founder of Studio DLux, Denis Fuzii.

    As shown, two KUKA chairs can be milled from a single standard 1220mm x 2440mm sheet of 18mm plywood. Consisting of 6 interlocking pieces, the KUKA chair can be assembled or disassembled in literally one minute.

    For the plans and more details visit: OpenDesk.cc

    Dimensions: length: 785mm, height: 855mm, width: 470mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): ½ sheet

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    Zip Tie Lounge Chair by Will Holman

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    The Zip Tie Lounge Chair, designed in 2013 by Will Holman, is a sleek, laid-back armchair made of plywood panels that are sewn together with zip ties. The chair’s articulated back conforms to the body, moving with you as you relax into it.

    The whole design requires just 16 square feet of plywood, with a flat-pack frame that’s held together with nothing but zip ties. This allows you to assemble it without any tools and, with only nine parts, the chair can be taken apart just as easily as it goes together. Perfect for a warehouse reception or informal meeting area.

    For the plans and more details visit: OpenDesk.cc

    Dimensions: depth: 26″ (657mm), height: 24″ (610mm), seat-height (max): 16-1/2″ (420mm), width: 20-1/2″ (521mm).
    Cutting sheets (fits on): ½ sheet

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    Wiki Booth by Lynton Pepper

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    The Wiki Booth is a hybrid telephone and solo-working booth. It was designed by Lynton Pepper as a smart solution providing extra privacy in shared work space or open plan office environments.

    The design includes an integrated desk for a laptop or notepad, hooks for coats and bags, and a receiver for a retro mobile phone handset. Far from being a gimmick, this handset is an integral part of the design: all of which is aimed at reducing noise in a open plan workspace and providing privacy for (and from) telephone calls.

    Optimised to be milled from two sheets of standard plywood, the design is easy to personalise, for example with custom logos and signage, and is especially easy to assemble. The legs and base are glued together. The rest of the parts can then be slotted in like a jigsaw puzzle — with no additional fixings required.

    For the plans and more details visit: OpenDesk.cc

    Dimensions: height: 1625mm, width: 780mm, depth: 1,260mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 2 sheets

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    B01 Bookshelf by Hristo Stankushev

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    The B01 Bookshelf is a simple solution for movable storage that uses industrial wheels and plywood. Originally designed for separating workstations in large co-working spaces, it is ideal for use in an open-space office environment or as part of a home workstation.

    For the plans and more details visit: OpenDesk.cc

    Dimensions: height: 1610mm, width: 840mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 2 sheets

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

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    One To Several Table by AtFab

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    The One to Several Table is comprised of 13 interlocking pieces and 36 fasterners. The table/desk glorifies its construction by showing all of the joinery and details on its surface, a trademark of AtFab’s designs. Because of it’s torsion box construction, the table is very strong, yet light weight.  The Table can be accessorised with a 3D printed Peg & Foot Kit, which can be found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page and you can find more examples of customzied versions at Make.

    Find the plans and details at: AtFab.co

    Dimensions: length: 1800mm, height: 750mm, width: 900mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 2 sheets
    Mastered in: imperial units

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial
    Designed by: Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher of AtFab

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    Edie Table by David and Joni Steiner

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    The Café table was scaled down as a reading desk for a 2 year old — designer Joni Steiner’s niece, Edie. It also happens to be the perfect height for a coffee table, for older family members!

    The Edie table has prototyped the use of lego-style friction fastenings, reducing assembly time. The finished product feels rock solid, whilst being small and light enough to easily move around a room.

    For the plans and more details visit: OpenDesk.cc

    Dimensions: length: 650mm, width: 675mm height: 450mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): ½ sheet
    Mastered in: metric units

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial
    Designed by: David and Joni Steiner

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