Curvilinear furniture. Yes, in Vectorworks.

Posted by Jessie Newburn on 7/15/09 5:23 PM  |  1 min read time

 

Curvilinear Furniture by Eiji Shibata

Eiji Shibata of Toyko's TEKO Design uses Vectorworks in ways that demonstrate its expressive possibilities. Mr. Shibata creates complex, curvilinear furniture, prototypes of electronic devices, and a range of sculptural forms. Some of his projects are detailed in the book VW Designs. Originally published in Japanese but now available in English through Resolve Software Solutions, this is a beautifully illustrated, full colour book that shows renderings, finished products, and the steps to make these complex forms.

Eiji Shibata recently exhibited his furniture at two prominent international furniture fairs: the Milano Salone in April, and International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, held in mid-May.

(Originally published in Resolve Software Solutions' newsletter.)

Topics: Architecture, Eiji Shibata, TEKO Design, 3D Modeling, Curvilinear Furniture, International Contemporary Furniture Fair, Japan, Project Highlight

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