How to assemble Zig-Zag chair / ジグザグチェアの組み立て方

Leave a comment
007 Zig-Zag, 1932, Assembly Hints & Tips

007 Zig-Zag logo2
This is the 007 Zig-Zag chair set after completion.  Here’s how to build it…


007 parts
There are three cards in the package, together with assembly instructions.  Detach all parts of the chair from the second card, using a craft knife/scalpel – connections are indicated by little triangles.


007 assem01
Put seat and back together with the joint, apply glue to joint surfaces and let it dry on the side profile, to make angle correct.


007 assem02
Mountain fold the base part at laser line, attach shorter structural support in the corner with both triangle ends folded.  Best to use scrap wood to set the part at correct angle, leaving it until the glue is dry.


007 assem03
Mountain fold both triangle ends of longer structural part and glue it under the front end of the seat.


007 assem04
Cut top part of card after parts are taken out and place on the side profile as shown below – this will be the width adjuster for the next stage.


007 assem05
007 assem06
Glue seat and base at front corner, using profile on card as a guide of correct angle and leave it until dry.


007 assem07
A bit of detail of groove on the back if you want – use a sharp knife and carefully peel a few layers of card away, inside the rectangular laser engraving.


007 assem08
007 assem09
The last step is to assemble the wall and floor.  Please refer How to assemble background, to complete.


007 assem10

Posted by

A furniture, product and interior designer, leading t.n.a. Design Studio, based in East London. An weekend cyclist and stamp collector.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s