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  • Kira Sadighi
    Sara Palandeng
    May 10, 2017 11:26 pm

    So excited about how this turned out! Seeing it in person at the Expo was also awesome. It’s definitely a good height for standing, but like you said, could be shorter for a standard sitting desk height. Overall, you’ve put in a lot of design work and construction time into this. Awesome job!

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Levi Cortright
    May 10, 2017 11:08 pm

    This project was very cool. I like that you used concrete to make the base. Untreated concrete has such a distinct look that it really makes the project stick out. I wish that I had made something that I would be able to use on a daily basis like a piece of furniture. Good job!

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Errol Romero
    May 10, 2017 5:56 pm

    This is a very interesting project that is also is very useful. I really admire the nature theme that you used within the project. I feel like the use of wood really is calming. Overall this was a really cool design. I think that you should add an umbrella to the project.

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Marcus Gurule
    May 9, 2017 4:23 pm

    I am really impressed with all of the thought that you have put into this project. I think that you were able to achieve the aesthetic that you were going for. I also liked how you were able to troubleshoot and add the shelf holders as legs. Great work

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Dean Alibrandi
    May 7, 2017 5:41 pm

    Your project was very well thought out and your design sketches really showed that. I really liked your method for adding the legs to the base just by concreting supports in and then screwing into them. That was great solution to your problem that I think is rather unique. I also think utilizing cement in a piece of furniture is very cool and it really helped display your aesthetic. The wood top turned out fantastic and I really like the stain you chose for it. Great job!

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Katherine Yarnell
    May 3, 2017 12:45 pm

    This looks great! I really like the final design! The desk moves up and down really smoothly. It’s very clear that this project was well thought out. Really great job!

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Faisal Al Balushi
    April 24, 2017 12:37 pm

    Nice work. I really could see this being a functional and useful table. Great documentation of the implementation process. The interior of the movement mechanism looks like its well thought through and precisely made. One thing I would change if it was remade is the height of it, it seems a bit tall which is causing it to weight more. Also could use less concrete to minimize the weight, other than that it’s a great project thanks you for you’re effort.

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Blake Arellano
    April 24, 2017 12:33 pm

    You nailed your aesthetic! It seems like you were a little disappointed with the functionality, specifically the height. Do you wish you would have made a more complex mechanism for raising and lowering the desk, maybe without manual labor? Also, I’m sure you wish you could have designed the base a little lighter. Either way, your aesthetic came out really well and I cannot wait to see it at the expo!

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  • Kira Sadighi
    Olivia Watkins
    April 24, 2017 12:27 pm

    I love the way it looks. You definitely achieved your aesthetic! I also liked that you considered accessibility in your design flaws. Well thought out, great job !

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