- Bucket seat.
- Container drawer.
- Shelving bench.
- Car seat, baby seat.
- Kitchen cabinets.
- Side table kitchen cabinet.
- Side table.
- Single bed.
- Double bed.
- Bunk bed.
- 1 body chair.
- Armchair 2 bodies.
- Armchair 3 bodies.
- Adult chair.
- Textile enclosure.
Today we are going to share the plans to build wooden furniture that we found on the Tocomadera site, a social furniture project, developed in the research activities of the University Center of Design of Uruguay.
A system for guide and help in the construction of oneself thanks to a system of manuals and plans illustrating step-by-step processes. The design of the manuals is intended for people with no previous experience in this type of project.
The products follow the traditional types of furniture for the interior, meeting the basic needs of a typical home. Wood is the structural material, betting on durability. The system can be produced on a small or large scale, or be part of training and self-build programs.
To get started, we have a general guide to basic tools, materials, and processes. Below we share the manuals and blueprints for each of the 23 products
Chair construction manual.
Table construction manual.
Bucket Seat Construction Manual.
Container drawer construction manual.
Bookshelf bench construction manual.
Car seat, baby seat.
Baby seat construction manual.
Kitchen cabinet construction manual.
Side table kitchen cabinet.
Side table kitchen cabinet construction manual.
Auxiliary table construction manual.
Bench construction manual.
Single bed construction manual.
Double bed construction manual.
Bunk Bed Construction Manual.
Mirror construction manual.
1 body chair.
One-body armchair construction manual.
Armchair 2 bodies.
Two-body armchair construction manual.
Armchair 3 bodies.
3-body armchair construction manual.
Adult Wheelchair Construction Manual.
Divider construction manual.
Bedside table construction manual.
Wardrobe construction manual.
Textile Enclosure Construction Manual.
Study table construction manual.
The advantages of this type of system are:
- Easy to build.
- Standardization of materials.
- Productive simplicity of parts.
- Minimize production costs.
- Minimize transportation costs.
- Minimum tools: Hand drill and circular saw.
- Minimum knowledge of carpentry.
Tocomdera is made up of a team of 5 designers. It has an open source design format, which allows its distribution, use and transformation by those who need it under an Attribution-Sharing license.