- Do you have one or more furniture heirloom? If yes, do you like them?
- What kind of furniture you like the most? Chair, shelf, table, bed or cabinet.
- Do you like Lego? Why?
- Do you have any memory or experience of building things with your parents? For example, Lego, sand castle or blocks houses. If yes, how was it?
- Can you image if the world has no trees? For example, no furniture or any products are made by wood. Will that affect your life?
In my survey, I tried to find out how precious experiences can be great value in furniture. Instead of adding more money into products, we just need to find or establish a special relationship between the user and the product.
I got 30 responses in my survey so far. In my survey result, I found out that experiences are something that have more value than anything else in everyone’s life. Also, people think wood cannot be replaced due to its domestic and nature feeling as well as comforting people psychologically.
Because I’m developing a system like Lego system out of scrap wood that not only can be applied in furniture but also any other structure related objects, I want to understand how people feel about Lego and how Lego attracts people. I found out that people love to create their own object out of their hands. It is not bothered at all if the object is not as beautiful; they just love to have the ability of making things out of their thoughts and imaginations. Creativity, preciousness, ability, interesting and inspiration are the key words for Lego. It is very interesting that people like chair the most in my survey. I will find more questions to further investigate about how different furniture is a part of people’s life.
Finally, I want to understand how important trees are acting in people’s life. I realized that trees are one of the vital and original resources on planet as well as air, water, soil and life. Trees are acting as a necessary role in the eco-system. They are not only providing oxygen, but strengthen the land as well. Also, they are offering themselves for many species as their habitats.