Let’s admit it: wireframe views in CAD are awesome.
While they may not be functional or necessary 100% of the time, the combination of even line weights and simple, informative curves to guide your eye really do standout as a unique form of digital and art.
Inspired by the unique look of the wireframe display, Taiwan’s Noiz Architects created a unique furniture collection after being approached by the National Taipei University of Education to create ‘digitalized objects’ for their museum lobby.
Show the design process behind some of the most overlooked objects in our lives.
Using three-millimeter black steel rods, the designs were bent and twisted to resemble how the objects would like during a phase in the CAD development process. The entire collection includes a reception counter, bookshelves, a chair, a table, a sofa and even plants to perhaps show how the geometric properties aren’t so much different than how biological structures are created in the real world:
While the the status in the comfort department leaves much to be desired, the furniture would look brilliant in a white room. You can check out more on the Wireframe Collection and other work over at Noiz Architects.