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Velichko Velikov

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  1. Hi there, i would appreciate your comments on this project.
    LENTA is a simple yet comprehensive rack for bicycles with security and multifunction in mind. It can be used not only as a rack, but also for seating and have good branding possibilities when needed. The rack should be produced in flat sheet metal 4-6mm.
    The project is part of this contest:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.523480547761810.1073741846.363273337115866&type=1

     

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  2. I am presenting the Torro chair - chair which was started about a month ago and finished fast for MACEF in Milan.

    At the moment there are two versions - one with hand made weaving - for interior and exterior use, and another one with upholstered seat. I am working on a fully upholstered version and also a lounge chair and bar stool with the same concept.

    Any C&C are welcomed!

     

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  3. Ok, to renew my participation here i am psoting this chair - it was developed and prototyped this summer for about a week :) in my back garden.

    The main idea is to have the possibility to use different type of seats - in shape, colour and material - and to use the same frame for all of them.

    This will make easier (and cheaper) changing of the mood of a house/cafe/restaurant etc.

    For this prototype i used simple used IKEA seat - just put some upholstery ...

    C&C are welcomed!

     

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