Joana Magalhães Francisco

Joana Magalhães Francisco

Joana Magalhães Francisco
Joana Magalhães Francisco
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Take Ten

A chair made of only ten pieces that fit together by themselves, without using glue or screws. Performed in a single material, birch plywood, Take Ten is designed to optimize the construction process and manufacturing.
This chair is dedicated to saxophonist Paul Desmond, author of the famous song theme Take Five, written in 1959 and first recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which Desmond took part. The theme became famous for its distinctive melody, the drum solo accompanied by a piano riff and the use of unusual quintuple 5/4 time which its name is derived. Since 1977 the American Red Cross holds the rights to the theme, assigned by the author in his will.

The concept of Take Ten also come from the English expression take five, meaning five minute break. If the pause is five minutes, this is also the expected time required to assemble the chair, so the ten minutes making certain the name of Take Ten.

Take Ten ergonomics and comfortability can be enjoyed by many and tasty take fives.

Dimensões totais
533 × 920 × 500 m (Comprimento, Altura, Largura)
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    Take Ten

    A chair made of only ten pieces that fit together by themselves,
    without using glue or screws. Performed in a single material, birch plywood, Take Ten is designed to optimize the construction process and manufacturing.

    This chair is dedicated to saxophonist Paul Desmond, author of the famous song theme Take Five, written in 1959 and first recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which Desmond took part. The theme became famous for its distinctive melody, the drum solo accompanied by a piano riff and the use of unusual quintuple 5/4 time which its name is derived. Since 1977 the American Red Cross holds the rights to the theme, assigned by the author in his will. The concept of Take Ten also come from the English expression take five, meaning five minute break. If the pause is five minutes, this is also the expected time required to assemble the chair, so the ten minutes making certain the name of Take Ten. Take Ten ergonomics and comfortability can be enjoyed by many and tasty take fives.

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