The terms tradition and the future are often cited by companies, universities and trade businesses as guiding themes. The future needs tradition and tradition has afuture. In the field of production, this could mean thatone rediscovers old, forgotten processing techniques, functions or behaviors and applies them to current industrially manufactured objects.
The product can not onlybe enriched by the rediscovered possibilities, but also be connected to old traditions through the link to the past. In the attached draft, the construction of furniture is done without tools, screws or other similar connecting components. Ideally, the example of rustic furniture should be followed, with socket and clamped connections.
A combination of this basic principle and modern production processes is the goal of the draft. The furniture should be functional, suited to the material and decorative. All necessary parts are cut from a single piece of birch multiplex plywood, without waste. Then itis pieced together. This combines current economical aspects with traditional ones.