There are a few constraints that will limit but also drive my final project.
- The first constraint is the aesthetic of my triangle furniture. I want the furniture have a sort of cartoony but food focused aesthetics. The main theme will be pizza – the furniture will be painted accordingly. The legs for the furniture will look like bread sticks.
- The furniture will have to fit in the awkward triangle that exists next to my bed. This awkward triangle exists because my bedroom has no 90 degree corners. Who thought that was a good idea?
- I also want my furniture to be the same height as my bed. This is necessary so that when I reach for anything I don’t have to reach too high because if I’m in bed I might be too tired to do so.
- The furniture must also have a moving part. This will be a hinge that allows the bed stand to open up so I can put stuff like books in my bed stand. Maybe I’ll even put pizza in it so when I wake up I can eat pizza in bed next to my pizza bed stand!
- Finally I want the legs of the furniture to be round. This is a must. It is non-negotiable and necessary for me to succeed in my project. This is because the legs will be bread sticks and bread sticks are round.
I believe that if I can adhere to these five constraints I will be able to produce a quality product. In fact, if my product is functioning and reflects the desired aesthetic, I have the utmost confidence that my final project will be glorious.