By Poppy Russell. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 - 16:29:54 PM.
François Chambard from UM Project intrigued everyone with his revolutionary line of interconnected furniture called Patch. This isn't just furniture, basically, it is a real energy source, which can be sufficient for a whole apartment.
With all the pieces attached, such as a battery packaged solar panel case/bench, it turns into a microgrid that may disperse enough solar energy to power a miniature apartment. While most electrical networks are out of sight, Patch changes that by simply allowing the links and circuitry live on display. Patch charges in only eight hours using a run time of 24 hours with no sunlight.
The blue piece houses a charging port and power outlet and comprises 250 glass-enameled interconnecting tiles. The yellow piece incorporates crisscrossing amble glass tubes and gold colored wires, a notion much like a utility pole.
The brown piece is made from 200 phenolic tubes, an old industrial vinyl frequently found in early transistor radios. It comprises built-in lighting and sound. And finally, the red piece, which is a large light box, is made using printed glass panels that give a stronger effect.
Source : DigsDigs
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