Furniture Detail Drawing
Frank C. Lee
The detail drawing of a sofa represents the construction information and measurements used by woodworkers in a furniture factory. The finished item, drawn at the top, provides the designer's concept of the completed piece.
|Title||Furniture Detail Drawing|
|Creator||Frank C. Lee|
Title by cataloger. When furniture rods were in use in furniture factories, the detail drawing would be transferred to a wooden rod to preserve it. Woodworkers learned how to read the detail drawings, and could construct a piece of furniture without taking any additional measurements as the drawing on the rod was the actual size of the particular piece of furniture.
|Collection||#30, Furniture Collection|
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|Institution||Grand Rapids Public Museum|
|Physical Storage Location||Grand Rapids Public Museum Archives|