How is our everyday behaviour bound by time?
"time-to-sit" is a chair/clock that dictates its function to the user. Resembling an analogue clock, "time-to-sit" continually changes its shape while telling the time, forcing users to creatively improvise and adapt how he/she uses it.
time-to-sit miniature model
Group Project ( Daniel Coppen )
The first prototype.
prototype for locking mechanism. The hands only rotate when it is hang on the wall.
Prototype for its locking mechanism
handmade honeycomb structure with tracing paper and PVA