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Desk chair

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For the chair's design I referenced a wooden chair we had in the studio, and modified its measurements when pieces needed to be bulked up or lengthened to accommodate other set pieces. It's made from a combination of polycarbonate and plastic casts of carved foam prototypes. The base polycarbonate plate is tapped in six places so the legs and bottom back rest can screw on with   6-32 bolts. The smaller elements are pegged together with 1/16" brass tubes. 

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Zoe's door

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final wall and door


door illustrator file for laser cutting 

I laser cut and engraved Zoe's door to include space for the hinges and its recessed paneling. I then installed it in an MDF wall I made with a bass wood doorframe and trim. Its doorknob is made of brass tubing, petg, masonite, and cast plastic.


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responsible for bedding and other fabric elements  

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The mattress was made with upholstery foam glued to a smaller 1/4 MDF platform which was covered in flannel and screwed to the bed frame made by Hannah Griffin. 

For the comforter, I used quilt batting and a thin outer fabric, which had 1/16 wire stitched around the edges to pose and tie it to the bed frame. 

Zoe's pillow was made of carved foam lined with 1/16" wire. A fabric pillow case lined with 24 guage wire was then glued onto it. More 1/16" wire is stitched to the back and tied down to the side of the bed frame.

responsible for bedding and curtains   

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