The inspiration behind From Paper to Prototype videos is to demonstrate the process of building commercial custom furniture while providing best practise tips to the industry to enhance furniture design, innovation, durability, function and comfort.
May 12th, 2014
The inspiration behind ‘From Paper to Prototype’ videos is to demonstrate the process of building commercial custom furniture while providing best practise tips to the industry to enhance furniture design, innovation, durability, function and comfort.
Prototype is committed to supporting the Australian manufacturing industry which is why manufacture most of their products in Australia. From Paper to Prototype Videos are a great channel to show the craftsmanship and skills of Australian carpenters, upholsterers and metal workers have and highlights the pride they take in producing high quality furniture to the finest detail.
Project Custom Ottoman is the first video in the From paper to Prototype series, where Prototype collaborated with Westfield designers and sourced local materials to build this custom ottoman.
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