Parametric Modelling in Furniture Design A Case Study: Two Door Wardrope

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Seval Özgel Felek

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In the process of designing and modeling industrial products, computer technologies are used intensively in the furniture sector, as in every sector. In the past traditionally produced furniture, today enables many different stages to be handled at the same time, through the calculation of variable parameters enabled by computer aided design Thus, designers can make all kinds of changes on their design in a short time. In this paper a parametric approach for rapid assembly design is presented. Rhinoceros software and Grasshopper plugin used for the parameterization process of components and Microsoft Excel used for implementation design. Furniture manufacturers, who will use the parametric design approach, will be able to respond quickly to the changing demands of their customers and will stand out among their competitors.


As a case study, the author has chosen the wardrobe type furniture with several shelves, hanger section, drawer/s has two doors.

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Özgel Felek, S. (2022). Parametric Modelling in Furniture Design A Case Study: Two Door Wardrope. The European Journal of Research and Development, 2(2), 62–74. https://doi.org/10.56038/ejrnd.v2i2.29
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