Fu Un I Tit Kb Design Fou Schools And Shops

Plate 'A suggests a modification of the general u in Plate 2. Here the tapering leg is introduced rxeepl in A and B. The general pro-portions are similar to tho«e in Plate 2. The dimension« may he greater. Note that in (3 the leg tapers in one direction only. D has a panel rail, whereas E has an ordinary lop rail with a modeling to suggest an inside square. TIiIk in t reduces a prominent vertical Une in Hie le-g.

FURNITURE DESIGN FOR SCHOOLS AN J) SHOPS

Plate 4 introduces the circular top. The construction may or may not he different from thai used in Plate 1. For a large, low plant this tahoret should he fully as wide, or wider, than it is high. The height in this case may be from twelve to fourteen inches. If the plant is tall and spreading, the height should be from fifteen to eighteen inches and tho width somewhat less than the height. For a tall, slender plant tfie height may be increased to twenty inches and the width decreased to ten or eleven inches.

None of 1 hese proportions should he settled until an exact drawing is made. By this means, only, can one estimate relationships,

In A the rail runs around the tal>oret between the legs, Ju B Ihe rails are cross-lapped. C has a cross-lap rail at the top and a rail running around the taboret at the bottom. D reverses this order and adds a shelf above the bottom rails or tie rods. The shelf is notched to fit around the inside of the legs.

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