Rapid Craft #2: Making A Chair Really Fast, or . . .


Results from CCA Grad Design’s RAPID CRAFT #2 (AKA Skillshare Fridays) on February 20th, organized by Rafi Ajl. Titled: Making A Chair Really Fast, or an exercise in quick decision making and following an idea through to the end

The program will provide each participant with three (3) 8′ foot 2″x4″ pieces of standard construction wood. I will give a very short lecture about chairs (in some nominal way), and they we will all go upstairs to the shop. The project is, using all 24′ feet of the wood (no more and no less), to make a chair of your own design. It doesn’t need to be useable, beautiful, or even interesting. It needs only to have some arguable relationship to the idea of “chair”. You can attach the wood to itself in any way you want – screws, glue, nails, magic, rubber bands, string etc. etc. etc..

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