I'm sort of obsessed with non-destructive construction aesthetic. No nails, no glues, everything connected with bolts and clamps and joinery, no wire ever laid in a place you wont be able to reach later, nothing permanent, everything renegotiable.
Follow these principles and experimentation will have no material costs.
I don't know how practical it is, but I was raised on Lego and Data and an edict of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and so I do not know if I can live well any other way, I just need it
@kor >"Modular User Interfaces"
@faun is it 3d or a photo? How big is that chair? Love the idea!
@nuagezero It's a photo of Gridbeam!
It is my opinion that every family should have a big pile of gridbeam, but it is not produced in enough places just now.
@faun Oooh, I had never heard of grid beam, thanks for the information! For ignorants like me, here's a link: https://gridbeam.xyz/
@faun Didn't knew about gridbeam but I've been using that type of construction since starting to make my own furniture, now years later I'm still reusing the materials of the first things I built :)
@ritualdust wow awesome, post pics
@faun I'll try to find some of my modular shelving and a bike rack I've built in the past later, otherwise I can draw plans and share them :3
@faun Love this - I know what I'm looking into for my first unfurnished place!
@faun Yeah, this is a great idea I'm surprised I don't see mor often.
This video interview with authors that made me fall in love with it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIMESt9iLYg&feature=youtu.be
@faun There is also a scaled-down version of GridBeam, called BitBeam, which author claims is also lego-compatible (with "technics" series)
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