Tag Archives: AHEC
Num.4 and Designed Legacy

Num.4 and Designed Legacy

A short film featuring the making and ideas behind ‘Num.4′ by Santi Guerrero Font and ‘Designed Legacy’ by Michael Warren.

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Floating Chair and Folded Chair

Floating Chair and Folded Chair

A short film on AHEC’s collaboration with the RCA, we talk to the designers of the ‘Floating Chair’, Bobby Petersen and Thomas Gottelier and also Norie Matsumoto who designed ‘Folded Chair’.

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Leftovers Chair and Phyllida

Leftovers Chair and Phyllida

RCA first year students Lauren Davies, David Horan and Nicholas Gardner talk about their projects and where the initial idea and design came from. This short film takes a closer look at the making of the Leftovers Chair by Lauren and Phyllida by David and Nicholas.

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Well Proven and Beeeench

Well Proven and Beeeench

Find out about the making and ideas behind wooden furniture design ‘Beeeench’ by Petter Thorne. A collaboration between AHEC and product design students at the Royal College of Art.

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Squeeze and Solitude – AHEC & RCA Collaboration

Squeeze and Solitude – AHEC & RCA Collaboration

The making and ideas behind furniture designs ‘Squeeze’ by Nic Wallenberg and ‘Solitude’ by Mary Argyrou. A collaboration between AHEC and product design students at the Royal College of Art, London.

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Tree Furniture and Snelson

Tree Furniture and Snelson

A short film featuring the making and ideas behind ‘Snelson’ by Sam Weller and ‘Tree Furniture’ by Anton Alvarez. A collaboration between AHEC and product design students at the Royal College of Art, London.

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Life Cycle Analysis in Practice

Life Cycle Analysis in Practice

The American Hardwood Export Council’s ground-breaking Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) research helps the Royal College of Art students produce detailed Life Cycle impacts for their furniture designs.

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