children's bunk bed

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Furniture Design Project Lecturer: Olga Litvinova


  • Children's Bunk BedAlmost every child wants to sleep in a bunk bed. Now is the chance for you to help fulfill your child's dream. L. Dilara ColakogluFurniture DesignAcademic II B

  • (US) Safety RulesAny bed in which the bottom of the foundation is more than 30 in/ 76 cm from the floor must have guardrails on both sides. The side rail along the wall must be continuous.The tops of the guardrails must extend at least 5 in/ 12 cm above the top of the mattress.The openings in the upper bunk structure must be small enough (less than 3.5 in/ 8 cm by 6.2 in/ 15cm) to prevent passage of a child's torso.The openings at the ends of the lower bunk structure must be small enough to prevent entry by a child's head or torso, or large enough to permit free passage of the child's torso and head without risk of neck entrapment.

  • Standard US mattress sizesTwin39 75 in (99 191 cm)Full or double54 75 in (137 191 cm)Queen60 80 in (152 203 cm)King76 80 in (193 203 cm) California king72 84 in (183 213 cm)

  • Perspective Drawing

  • Client Profile

    Twin Boys Ages between 8 -12

    Requirements: -Sleeping area -Play area -Storage

  • InspirationTaksim Tram

  • Orthographical DrawingsTop ViewLadderMattress

  • Side ViewGuardrailNight LightBunk FrameDrawersShift gear(for playing driving the train)DoorwayWindows(Plexiglass)Base

  • Front ViewLadder toClimb to second bed

  • Functionality

  • Materials Bed frame, Ladder and Drawers Fir Wood: it's inexpensive and its best to use it only when you intend to paint the finished product.Lamp base/Tube and Shift Gear Tube Stainless Steel Top of Shift Gear Foam coated with Leather for protection Fir WoodStainless SteelLeatherFoam

  • Materials continued Guardrail - Steel with pigmented powder coatingDrawer Knobs - Solid die-cast Zinc Alloy finished with black MatteRed and Black paint and finishing wax to coat entire bed frameSteelPigmented Black PowderDrawer KnobRed and Black paint

  • Woodworking JoineryMortise and Tenon Joint The mortise and tenon joint is used to connect two pieces of wood at a 90 degrees angle. In its basic form it is both simple and strong, including two components the mortise hole and tenon.The tenon is formed on the end of a piece referred to as the rail and it is inserted into a square or rectangular cutout (mortise) on the corresponding piece of wood. The tenon is precisely cut to fit the mortise hole. The joint may be glued, pinned or wedged to lock it in place. Stub mortise and tenon corner jointMortiseTenon


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