The Endy Series of furniture pieces is a product from a timber’s end. In case you are not yet aware, the most sensitive part of a timber are the ends and to protect them, these ends are painted in various colors. Afterwards, these colored ends are then removed and toss to trash. This incident is unknown to us end users.
Good thing, Shay Ve Ben of Studio Ve comes with a furniture series that make use of these discarded timber ends. The Endy Series of furniture pieces are made to emphasize the usefulness and beauty of then considered as waste timber ends. The furniture pieces of the Endy Series all come clean and simple, as they are joined with glue and wooden pegs.
The woods used in creating the series are cut in 10 degrees tilt using a table saw. The flat surface you can in one of the series are made by putting together three or four pieces of wood. As the wood pieces are combined, the colors used to protect timber ends in sawmills are then showed in all directions creating a lovely colored furniture piece.
The legs of the Endy Series of furniture pieces are then attached to the flat surface in 10 degrees tilt, allowing the legs to spread, giving the furniture piece enough stability and a lighter look.
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Plop is a collapsible shelf designed for students with unorganized things and on a tight budget. This cheap shelving system is made from eco-friendly corrugated board. The shelfʼs weight of 1.8 kilograms is light enough for the students to carry the shelf home with them. Its collapsible feature made it easy during transportation too. Once purchased, all they have to do at home is to remove the packaging and plop it open, affix its backing supports and the shelf is now ready for use. The best part about Plop is that it can carry the weight of a dozen number of books and the basic four section can be expanded into 6, 8, 10 etc. sections, pretty handy don’t you think?
Power usage and its prices is now drastically rising higher that people can barely afford but they must have to. This will not be a problem anymore in the near future. Anaconda (a giant rubber tube) may possibly present a feasible solution to the challenge of generating electricity from the ocean waves.
The process of producing power started out with one end of an anaconda facing the oncoming waves. When the waves hit it, it squeezes the device, which will cause the formation of a bulge wave. The bulge will now rub through the tube while the wave along the outside of the tube. Afterwards, it will turns a turbine fitted at the end of the device and a power is now being produced and fed to shore through a cable.
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