Modern Soundscape Sofa by David Caon and Juicy DesignOctober 28th, 2011 - Posted in Furniture Design
David Caon and Design Juicy work together to create a Sofa for Soundscape Audio Technica retail space in Sydney, Australia. Sofa made ??of several layers EchoPanel, PET product 100% recyclable. The Sofa Soundscape is a free-standing retail concept designed and built for the Japanese brand Audio Technica. David Caon partnered with a local design firm Sydney Juicy Design to develop the project. Soundscape provides a structure upon which customers can sit and relax while sampling Audio Technica products. Soundscape is equipped with six dock mendengarkan.Layar-Touch touch screen allows the user to choose one both through catalogs ‘inboard’ music or plug in their own audio device to listen through headphones. Dock each has a different headphones and customers can explore the landscape sturdy couch and samples of various products. The software that drives the touch screen designed specifically for this application, make the Sofa Soundscape a bespoke product. The design is the result of a necessity to maintain low costs combined with a desire to achieve a truly 3D. Soundscape is constructed from 12mm board 66layers Echo Panel cut by waterjet. Soundscape was originally created as a 3D sculpture and then slice horizontally at 12mm intervals to create individual layers. This layer is then broken down even further to fit the standard panel sizes of products Echo Panel. The result is a complex 3D puzzle are gathered around an internal chassis and then transported in sections to the site with the Sydney CBD. Manufacturing methods combined with the design of producing a piece of sculpture which, in plan view, resembles a topographical drawing inspiration ‘Soundscape’ name.