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Box-O-Rama wide (Photo: Davide Luvatti)
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Box-O-Rama tall
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interface (with studio:Ludens)
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Box-O-Rama users' outputs
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Droog's Design for download, Milan Salone 2011
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Droog's Design for download concept diagram
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*Designed in collaboration with EventArchitectuur for Droog Design.

Part of Droog Design’s “Design for download” project, Box-O-Rama, made for CNC cutting, allows the user to create furniture by arranging boxes of different proportions and scales on a standard plate of wood (122X244 cm). While the boxes are preplanned (but offer scaling) the composition is left open. When the user is satisfied the software calculates a construction envelope. This leads to 3d furniture that maintains the playfulness and openness of building blocks on one hand, while transforming it into a functional, fixed piece on the other. The scaling of the boxes also scales the plate thickness, which transforms the press fit structural detail into a decorative one. The user can then choose his level of involvement in manufacturing the piece and finishing it.