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Chair Critique

Written by Michaela Stone on .

 Critiques are an essential aspect of the Nine-month Comprehensive curriculum. Students have the special opportunity to receive advice, opinions, compliments, and criticisms from the established furniture makers invited to participate. The Nine-month students have packed up their work and said their goodbyes, but before they left, they had one final critique for their chair projects. Chairs are exceptionally difficult objects to design and make. They require a deceptive amount of engineering to be structurally and ergonomically successful, and they invariably require bizarre angles and difficult joinery. However, they also provide a unique opportunity for a maker to express his or her individual voice, as evidenced by the range of styles presented in the critique, from a quiet dining chair with subtle details, to a modern twist on a throne. Visiting critics included David Upfill-Brown, Joe Tracy, and John McAlevey.

 

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"This chair doesn't invite you to sit in it, it dares you to," remarked visiting critic Joe Tracy on student Jen Harvie-Watt's desk chair. (above)

 

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