WO2015047130A1 - Knock-down furniture construction set (variants) - Google Patents

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WO2015047130A1
WO2015047130A1 PCT/RU2014/000075 RU2014000075W WO2015047130A1 WO 2015047130 A1 WO2015047130 A1 WO 2015047130A1 RU 2014000075 W RU2014000075 W RU 2014000075W WO 2015047130 A1 WO2015047130 A1 WO 2015047130A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A47B47/0083Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features related to dismountability or building-up from elements with four vertical uprights
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B47/00Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features related to dismountability or building-up from elements
    • A47B47/04Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features related to dismountability or building-up from elements made mainly of wood or plastics
    • A47B47/045Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features related to dismountability or building-up from elements made mainly of wood or plastics with four vertical uprights
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B96/00Details of cabinets, racks or shelf units not covered by a single one of groups A47B43/00 - A47B95/00; General details of furniture
    • A47B96/20Furniture panels or like furniture elements

Abstract

Proposed is a kit (set) of standardized parts for creating, by means of assembly and construction, three-dimensional pieces of furniture, such as tables, chairs, nightstands, chests of drawers, cabinets, shelving and upholstered furniture. A furniture construction set according to a first variant contains a kit of components in the form of vertical columns (1), shelf panels (3), and elements for connecting the vertical columns (1) with the shelf panels. The vertical columns (1) are in the form of sectional columns, each of which consists of an n-number of sections, assembled onto a cylindrical rod (9) which is passed through a vertical through-hole (5) in each section. The shelf panels (3) are provided on horizontal bases (2) which are inserted, at the ends thereof, into openings in the walls of the vertical columns and which are interconnected by means of spacers (12), forming a four-sided frame. A construction set according to a second variant contains a kit of components in the form of vertical continuous columns (1), shelf panels (3), and elements for connecting the vertical continuous columns with the shelf panels. The shelf panels (3) are provided on horizontal bases (2) which are inserted, at the ends thereof, into openings in the vertical columns and which are interconnected by means of spacers (12), forming a four-sided frame. According to a third variant, a construction set contains a kit of components in the form of vertical columns (1), and shelf panels (3).

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 Dismountable FURNITURE CONSTRUCTOR (OPTIONS)

Technical field

The invention relates to furniture production, and in particular to a set (set) of standardized parts intended to be created by assembling and constructing three-dimensional pieces of furniture, for example: tables, chairs, stands, chests of drawers, chests of drawers, cabinets, upholstered furniture.

 State of the art

 Known furniture designer (http: //www.mebelkonst.ruA. Consisting of a set of wooden bars and panels fastened together by metal connectors. The designer is intended for the manufacture of collapsible structures, for example: tables, chairs, stands, shelves, cabinets , upholstered furniture. The designer may include pillows for forming objects of upholstered furniture. For the manufacture of wooden parts of the designer can be used either spruce, or beech, or pine. The basis of the pillows of upholstered furniture is made of polyurethane foam, ver NJ part -. Textiles When assembling furniture as fasteners used three types of screws and one kind of nut assembly is made by one or two hexagon keys..

 The disadvantages of the famous furniture designer are as follows:

 - screw caps are open on all furniture structures, in which dirt accumulates during furniture operation;

 - the number of assembled furniture structures is limited by the sizes of elements offered by the manufacturer;

 - since all the elements of the designer are made of wood, including panels, the furniture is expensive;

 - the implementation of the panels of the pine shield, which is characterized by the release of resin from the resin pockets, leads to a decrease in the quality of the product.

As the closest analogue of the proposed technical solution, a collapsible furniture designer (patent RU 97255 Ul А47В96 / 20, publ. 09/10/2010) is selected, containing a set of parts in the form of bars of greater and lesser length, having a width equal to the thickness, in the specified places holes of the same diameter are made, and panels of several sizes with holes for fasteners, as well as threaded fasteners in the form of pairs of counter nuts with heads and screws, made with the possibility of installation in the holes of the bars and panels, as well as elastic sealing washers and fittings. Each bar has a pa- re holes from each end made from the side of adjacent faces, while the axes of these holes are mutually perpendicular and perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the bar and do not intersect, but intersect with the longitudinal axis of the bar. In addition, in the middle part of each bar of greater length, three holes are made similar to those described, two of which are located on the edge of the bar having openings of each pair remote from the ends, and the third is between them on the adjacent edge of the bar having the outermost openings of each pair, and the axis of the third hole divides the bar in half. The distance between the axes of each pair of holes and between the axes of the three holes made in the middle part of the bar is equal to the width of the bar, and the distance from the axis of each extreme hole to the end of the bar is equal to half the width of the bar.

 However, the well-known collapsible furniture designer has the following disadvantages:

 - since when assembling furniture, horizontal bars are attached to the vertical bars in the depth of the furniture, then the bars are attached laterally to these bars, as a result, a pile of bars is obtained and the useful volume of the product is reduced;

 - the panels (seats, countertops, shelves, etc.) are supported by two parallel bars, that is, two sides of the panels are rigidly fixed, and the two are not fixed in any way, therefore, sagging and kink are possible, and so that sagging and kinks it was not necessary to use thicker shelf panels, which is uneconomical;

 - metal connections are reliable, but not aesthetic, in addition, screw caps are open on all furniture structures, and in some structures holes are left on the front part in which dirt accumulates during furniture operation;

 - the furniture assembled on metal connectors is collapsible, but it can only be assembled in the same configuration, but it is impossible to assemble anything else from the existing elements, to add or modify something.

Disclosure of invention

The technical task of the proposed technical solution is to create a collapsible furniture designer that combines the following qualities:

 - environmental friendliness - natural materials (wood, natural oil);

 - aesthetics - for the assembly of furniture in the style of "minimalism", and not only;

- the variety of assembled structures with the ability to supplement or modify something; - the possibility of using both expensive materials and budget ones;

- ease of manufacture with the possibility of mass production;

 - strength of structural elements, strength of connection of structural elements;

 - saving of materials used.

 The technical result achieved by the creation of the proposed collapsible furniture designer is to expand the assortment of assembled furniture with increasing structural strength.

 To solve this problem and achieve a technical result, 4 variants of constructions of a collapsible furniture designer have been developed.

 According to the по ° 1 version of the design, in a collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical columns, shelf panels, elements for connecting vertical columns to shelf panels, vertical columns are made in the form of stacked columns, each of which consists of η-th set of sections assembled on a cylindrical pin, passed through a vertical through hole in each section, while the shelf panels are located on horizontal bases inserted with the ends into the holes in the walls of the part vertically stacked columns and interconnected via spacers, forming a four-sided frame.

 A furniture designer may comprise collapsible or collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.

 Collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls consist of rails assembled together through pins, passed through holes in the rails.

 Vertical stacking columns are preferably made of wood

 The preferred shape of the vertical stacked columns is cylindrical. In addition, vertical stacking columns may have a square, rectangular octagonal cross-sectional shape.

 Some sections of the vertical stacking columns have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for installing the side and / or rear walls.

 Shelf panels can be made non-separable or collapsible. Collapsible shelf panels consist of rails assembled with each other through pins passed through holes in the rails.

Shelf panels may have: cutouts in the corners for vertical stacked columns; flat ends for laying shelves on horizontal bases; quarter-machined ends for insertion into horizontal grooves. W

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The horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.

 The horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape and have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for mounting the side walls.

 Furniture designer may include: oar and / or hinged doors, and / or sliding type coupes; accessories for swing doors and / or folding, and / or sliding type coupes; cushions for the formation of upholstered furniture; mattresses for forming beds, countertops for assembling tables.

According to the variant of Ns 2 design in a collapsible furniture designer, containing a set of parts in the form of vertical solid columns, shelf panels, elements for connecting vertical solid columns with shelf panels, according to the invention, the shelf panels are located on horizontal bases, inserted by ends into openings in the walls of vertical continuous columns and interconnected via spacers, forming a four-sided frame.

 A furniture designer may comprise collapsible or collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.

 Collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls consist of rails assembled together through pins, passed through holes in the rails.

 Vertical solid columns are preferably made of wood.

 The preferred shape of the vertical solid columns is cylindrical. In addition, vertical solid columns may have a square, rectangular octagonal cross-sectional shape.

 Part of the vertical solid columns have a groove and / or grooves for installing side and / or rear walls.

 Shelf panels can be made non-separable or collapsible.

 Collapsible shelf panels consist of rails assembled together through pins passed through holes in the rails.

 Shelf panels can have: cutouts in the corners for vertical solid columns; flat ends for laying shelves on horizontal bases; quarter-machined ends for insertion into horizontal grooves.

 The horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.

The horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape and have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for mounting the side walls. Furniture designer may include: oar and / or hinged doors, and / or sliding type coupes; accessories for swing doors and / or folding, and / or sliding type coupes; pillows for the formation of objects of upholstered furniture; mattresses for forming beds, countertops for assembling tables.

According to the variant according to N ° 3 of the construction, in a collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical columns, shelf panels, according to the invention, the vertical columns are made in the form of stacked columns, each of which consists of the nth set of sections assembled on a cylindrical pin, passed through a vertical through hole in each section, while the shelf panels are worn on cylindrical pins, through holes made at the corners of the shelf panels, connecting the entire structure and forming a four-sided nny frame.

 A furniture designer may include non-separable and collapsible panels on the side or rear walls.

 Vertical stacked columns are preferably made of wood.

 The preferred shape of the vertical stacked columns is cylindrical. Furthermore, vertical stacking columns may have a square, rectangular octagonal cross-sectional shape.

 Some sections of the vertical stacking columns have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for installing the side and / or rear walls.

 Shelf panels are non-separable.

 Shelf panels should have: a quarter on one side of the shelf, while the thickness of the quarter is 1/2 the thickness of the shelf; quarters on two parallel sides, with quarters located on opposite planes of the shelf.

 Furniture designer may include: oar and / or hinged doors, and / or sliding type coupes; accessories for swing doors and / or folding, and / or sliding type coupes; cushions for the formation of upholstered furniture; mattresses for forming beds, countertops for assembling tables.

According to the embodiment of design N ° 4, in a collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical solid columns, shelf panels, connection elements of vertical solid columns with shelf panels, according to the invention, vertical solid columns are combined with vertical stacked columns through a cylindrical pin passed through a vertical through hole in each section of the nth set of sections of a vertical stacked column, and for connecting with sections of a vertical stacking column, a vertical solid column has a through hole at each end, and the shelf panels are located on horizontal bases inserted with their ends into the holes in the walls of the vertical columns and connected through spacers, forming a four-sided frame.

 A furniture designer may comprise collapsible or collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.

 Collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls consist of rails assembled together through pins, passed through holes in the rails.

 Vertical solid columns are preferably made of wood.

 The preferred shape of the vertical solid columns is cylindrical. In addition, vertical continuous columns may have a square, rectangular octagonal cross-sectional shape.

 Part of the vertical solid columns have a groove and / or grooves for installing side and / or rear walls.

 Vertical stacked columns are preferably made of wood.

 The preferred shape of the vertical stacked columns is cylindrical. In addition, vertical stacking columns may have a square, rectangular octagonal cross-sectional shape.

 Some sections of the vertical stacking columns have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for installing the side and / or rear walls.

 Shelf panels can be made non-separable or collapsible.

 Collapsible shelf panels consist of rails assembled together through pins passed through holes in the rails.

 Shelf panels may have: cutouts in the corners for vertical stacked columns; flat ends for laying shelves on horizontal bases; quarter-machined ends for insertion into horizontal grooves.

 The horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.

 The horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape and have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for mounting the side walls.

Furniture designer may include: oar and / or hinged doors, and / or sliding type coupes; accessories for swing doors and / or folding, and / or sliding type coupes; pillows for the formation of objects of upholstered furniture; mattresses for forming beds, countertops for assembling tables. Brief Description of the Drawings

In FIG. 1 presents a collapsible furniture designer according to option N ° 1; in FIG. 2 shows a vertical stacking column with a through vertical hole; in FIG. 3 - a vertical stacked column with a through vertical hole and with holes for horizontal bases; in FIG. 4 - a vertical stacking column with a through vertical hole and a groove (s) for the entire length; in FIG. 5 - a vertical stacking column with a groove (s) for the entire length, through vertical hole and holes for horizontal bases; in FIG. 6 - vertical stacked column with through holes in the ends on both sides; in FIG. 7 shows a horizontal base with holes for installing spacers; in FIG. 8 - horizontal base with a groove (s); in FIG. 9 - a horizontal base with holes for the spacer and a groove (s) for attaching the side wall and shelf; in FIG. 10 - a horizontal base with a groove for mounting the side wall and two shelves and holes for a spacer; in FIG. 1 1 shows a collapsible wall panel; in Fig.12 - non-separable wall panel; in FIG. 13-14 - non-demountable shelf panels according to the options Ν ° 1, Ν "2, j4" 4 of the furniture designer; 15-16 - collapsible shelf panels according to options N ° 1-4 of the furniture designer; in FIG. 17 shows the principle of connecting two shelves and a side wall; in FIG. 18 - the principle of connecting the shelf with the side wall; in FIG. 19 - the principle of connecting the shelf with a horizontal base 2; in FIG. 20 shows a collapsible furniture designer according to option Νί. 2; in FIG. 21 shows vertical continuous columns with holes for horizontal bases; in FIG. 22 - vertical continuous columns with grooves for the entire length for fastening the side or rear walls of the constructor; in FIG. 23 shows the fixation of horizontal bases between themselves and at their junctions with vertical columns; in FIG. 24 presents a collapsible furniture designer according to Ν ° 3; in FIG. 25 shows a non-demountable shelf panel with openings made in the corners and a quarter on one side of the shelf according to the variant jN ° 3 of the furniture designer; in FIG. 26 - non-demountable panel of the shelf with holes made in the corners, and quarters from two parallel sides according to the option N ° 3 of the furniture designer; in FIG. 27 - non-demountable shelf panel with holes made in the corners, according to option N ° 3 of the furniture designer; in FIG. 28 - shows the principle of connecting the shelves in length according to the option Ns 3 of the furniture designer; in FIG. 29, a collapsible furniture designer according to option N ° 4 was presented; in FIG. 30 shows a vertical continuous column with through holes in the ends according to a variant of JYS 4 furniture designer. The best embodiment of the invention

A collapsible furniture designer according to option N ° 1 (Fig. 1) contains the main and additional elements.

 The main elements include: vertical stacked columns 1, horizontal bases 2, shelf panels 3. A certain type of furniture assembled using a furniture designer may contain wall panels (side or rear) 4.

 Additional elements include: hinged and hinged doors, sliding doors of the “compartment” type, connection elements (wooden pins, wooden struts), accessories for hinged, folding doors and sliding of the “coupe” type, tabletops, seats of chairs and stools, mattresses for beds. Wooden pins are used as an element for connecting sections of a vertical stacking column 1. Wooden struts are designed to fix the horizontal base 2 on the vertical stacking column 1.

 The vertical stacked columns 1 are preferably made of wood, their preferred embodiment is cylindrical. In addition to the cylindrical form of execution, the vertical stacked columns 1 can have different cross-sectional shapes, for example, square, rectangular, octagonal. The cross-sectional diameter of the vertical stacking column 1 is at least 20 mm, but the preferred diameter is 50 mm.

 The vertical stacking column 1 consists of the ηth set of sections. Moreover, sections can have different design features, depending on the type of furniture being assembled. Sections of a vertical stacking column 1 may have the following design features:

 - through vertical hole 5 (Fig. 2);

 - holes 6 in the walls under the horizontal base 2 (Fig. 3);

 - a through vertical hole 5 and a groove (s) 7 for the entire length, if the furniture structure provides side (rear) walls (Fig. 4);

 - groove (s) 7 for the entire length, through vertical hole 5 and holes 6 in the walls under the horizontal base 2 (Fig. 5, Fig. 1);

 - through holes 8 in the ends on both sides (Fig. 6).

The sections of the vertical stacking column 1 are assembled on a cylindrical pin 9 (Fig. 1), inserted into the through vertical hole, according to the principle of a children's pyramid, combining cylinders with holes for horizontal bases (Fig. 3, Fig. 5) - if a shelf is needed, and cylinders without holes in the walls (Fig. 2). Bore pin 9 (FIG. 1) is a minimum of 10 mm, but the preferred diameter is 20 mm. The length of the cylindrical pin 9 depends on the height of the assembled furniture.

 The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 1) are preferably made of wood of a predominantly cylindrical shape and have the following dimensions: a minimum diameter of 10 mm, but a preferred diameter of 30 mm; minimum length is 20 mm. Horizontal bases are used as the basis for shelves (countertops) in assembled furniture constructions.

 Horizontal bases 2 may have the following structural features: a) holes 10 for installing spacers (Fig. 7) with a diameter of 5 mm, preferably 10 mm, spaced 20 mm from each end and drilled at an angle of 45 °. Such horizontal bases are made without grooves and are used in the case when the design of furniture without side walls is provided;

 b) a groove (s) 1 1 over the entire length (Fig. 8) and holes for spacers (in Fig. 8, the holes are not visible). In this case, the side walls are inserted into the groove (s);

 c) openings 10 for a spacer and a groove (s) 1 1 for fastening the side wall and the shelf (Fig. 9).

 g) a groove 1 1 for mounting the side wall and two shelves and holes 10 under the spacer (Fig. 10).

 The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 1) are inserted into the holes in the vertical columns and fixed to each other by connecting elements made in the form of spacers 12. The spacers 12 of the horizontal bases 2 are wooden cylinders with a diameter of 5 mm and a length of 20 mm or more. Spacers 12 are tightly inserted into the holes of the horizontal bases 2 and reliably fix the horizontal bases 2 among themselves and at the junction with the vertical columns 1 (Fig. 23).

 The wall panels (lateral or rear) 4 can be collapsible (Fig. 1 1) and non-collapsible (Fig. 12).

Folding panels 4 are made (Fig. 1 1) preferably from wood. Collapsible panels 4 consist of rails 13 with a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm) and a width of 20 mm. At least two of the through holes 14 are drilled along the thin plate of the rails 13 for connecting the rails to each other. The front part of the rails 13 can be made either smooth, or rounded, or curly. The diameter of the holes 14 in the rails 13 is at least 5 mm. The rails 13 are mounted in the panel of the walls 4 using pins, preferably wooden (not visible in the figure). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixing the assembled panel of the wall 4 between the horizontal bases 2 of the furniture structure (Fig. 1) ensures the reliability of the glueless assembly of the panel.

 Non-demountable panels 4 (Fig. 12) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental friendliness of the structure, for example, from a wooden panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 The panels of the side or rear walls 4 (Fig. 1 1-12) may have a rectangular or square shape.

 The panels of the shelves 3 can be non-separable (Fig. 13-14) and collapsible (Fig. 15-16). The panels of the shelves 3 have a square or rectangular shape with cutouts 15 (Fig. 13-16) in the corners of the vertical columns. Cutouts 15 provide the shelves 3 immobility in the horizontal plane and give additional rigidity to the entire structure.

 Fixed panels of shelves 3 (Fig.13-14) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental design, for example, from a wooden furniture panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 Collapsible panel shelves (Fig. 15-16) - preferably wooden, consist of racks 16 having a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm), a width of 20 mm, and two or more through holes 17 on a thin plate of rails for connecting the rails between themselves. The diameter of the hole 17 is from 5 mm. The rails 16 are mounted in a collapsible panel using pins, preferably wooden ones (not visible in the figure). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixation between vertical columns and shelf panels ensures the reliability of glueless panel assembly.

 The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 13, 15, have straight ends and are intended for laying them on horizontal bases.

 The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 14, 16, have machined “quarter” ends 18, intended for inserting the latter into the grooves of horizontal bases, in order to save free space.

In FIG. 17 shows the principle of connecting two shelves 3 and a side wall 4; in FIG. 18 shows the principle of connecting the shelf 3 with the side wall 4; in FIG. 19 shows the principle of connecting the shelf 3 with the horizontal base 2. The horizontal bases 2 are inserted into the holes 6 in the vertical stacking columns 1 at the same horizontal level, and this results in a four-sided frame, unlike the prototype, where the panels are mounted on only two parallel to the bar. The panels of the side or rear walls 4 are inserted into the grooves 7 of the vertical stacked columns 1 and the grooves 1 1 of the horizontal bases. An example of the assembly of a collapsible furniture designer according to option N ° 1 (Fig. 1). On the pins 9 put on and fix the elements of the vertical stacking column 1. In the hole 6 (Fig. 3, in Fig. 1 are not visible) in the sections of the vertical stacking columns 1, horizontal bases 2 are inserted and fixed with wooden spacers 12. On the horizontal bases 2 of the resulting frame lay a shelf 3. Then, on the pins 9, put on the following elements of the vertical stacking column 1. If a side wall is provided in the design, then put sections of the stacking column having grooves 7 into which the side wall is inserted 4. If side wall and not provided, then put on the section without grooves (Fig. 2). Upon reaching the required height of the structure, sections of the stacked column 1 with holes for horizontal bases are put on (Fig. 3). In the grooves 7 of the vertical stacked columns 1 (Fig. 1), the side walls 4 and the rear walls are inserted. Then, horizontal bases 2 intended for the next shelf are inserted into the holes in the sections of the vertical stacking columns. The horizontal bases 2 are fixed with spacers 12. Next, put the shelf 3. By this principle, the assembly is continued in height and width.

 The furniture designer according to the вариан »1 option provides an extension of the assortment of assembled furniture due to the possibility of modifying and supplementing the configuration of the furniture structure by including stacked columns assembled on wooden pins and wooden struts in the designer. In addition, in the proposed variant of the furniture designer, horizontal bases are inserted into the holes in the vertical stacked columns at the same horizontal level, thus obtaining a four-sided frame, and the side panels are inserted into the grooves of the stacked columns and horizontal bases, which increases the strength designs.

Collapsible furniture designer according to the variant jN 2 (Fig. 20) contains the main and additional elements.

 The main elements include: vertical solid columns 19, horizontal bases 2, shelf panels 3. A certain type of furniture assembled using a furniture designer may contain wall panels (side or rear) 4.

Additional elements include: hinged, hinged doors, sliding doors of the “compartment” type, connection elements (wooden pins, wooden struts), accessories for hinged, folding doors and sliding of the “coupe” type, tabletops, seats of chairs and stools, mattresses for beds. Wooden struts are designed to fix the horizontal base 2 on a vertical continuous column 19. Vertical solid columns 19 (Fig. 20-22) are preferably made of wood, their preferred shape is cylindrical. In addition to the cylindrical form of execution, the vertical solid columns 19 can have different section shapes, for example, square, rectangular, octagonal. The minimum length of solid columns 19 is 500 mm.

 Vertical solid columns 19 may have the following design features:

 a) holes 20 in the walls under the horizontal base (Fig. 21). In this case, the wall can have from one to four rows of holes;

 b) at least one groove 21 (Fig. 22) for the entire length for mounting the side or rear walls of the designer. The number of grooves depends on the number of side and rear walls;

 The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 20) are preferably made of wood, preferably of cylindrical shape and have the following dimensions: minimum diameter 10 mm, but preferred 30 mm; minimum length is 20 mm. Horizontal bases are used as a base for shelves (countertops) in assembled furniture structures.

 Horizontal bases 2 may have the following structural features: a) holes 10 for installing wooden struts (Fig. 7) with a diameter of 5 mm, preferably 10 mm, located at a distance of 20 mm from each end and drilled at an angle of 45 °. Such horizontal bases are made without grooves and are used when the design of furniture without side walls is provided;

 b) a groove (s) 1 1 over the entire length (FIG. 8) and holes for spacers (not visible in FIG. 8). In this case, the side walls are inserted into the groove (s);

 c) openings 10 for a spacer and a groove (s) 1 1 for fastening the side wall and the shelf (Fig. 9).

 g) a groove 1 1 for mounting the side wall and two shelves and holes 10 under the spacer (Fig. 10).

The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 1) are inserted into the holes in the vertical columns and fixed to each other by connecting elements made in the form of spacers 12. The spacers 12 of the horizontal bases 2 are wooden cylinders with a diameter of 5 mm and a length of 20 mm or more. Spacers 12 are tightly inserted into the holes of the horizontal bases 2 and reliably fix the horizontal bases 2 among themselves and at the junction with the vertical columns 19 (Fig. 23). The wall panels (side or rear) 4 can be collapsible (Fig. P) and non-collapsible (Fig. 12).

 The manufacture of collapsible panels 4 (Fig.1 1) preferably from wood. Collapsible panels 4 consist of rails 13 with a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm) and a width of 20 mm. At least two of the through holes 14 are drilled along the thin plate of the rails 13 for connecting the rails to each other. The front part of the rails 13 can be made either smooth, or rounded, or curly. The diameter of the holes 14 in the rails 13 is at least 5 mm. The slats 13 are mounted in the panel of walls 4 with the help of pins, preferably wooden ones (not visible in the figure). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixing the assembled panel of the wall 4 between the horizontal bases 2 of the furniture structure (Fig. 1) ensures the reliability of the glueless assembly of the panel.

 Non-demountable panels 4 (Fig. 12) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental friendliness of the structure, for example, from a panel of furniture made of wood, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 The panels of the side or rear walls 4 (Fig. 1 1 -12) may have a rectangular or square shape.

 The panels of the shelves 3 can be non-separable (Fig. 13-14) and collapsible (Fig. 15-16). The panels of the shelves 3 have a square or rectangular shape with cutouts 15 (Fig. 13-16) in the corners of the vertical columns. Cutouts 15 provide the shelves 3 immobility in the horizontal plane and give additional rigidity to the entire structure.

 Fixed panels of shelves 3 (Fig.13-14) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental design, for example, from a wooden furniture panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 Collapsible shelf panels (Figs. 15-16) are preferably wooden and consist of slats 16 having a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm), a width of 20 mm, and two or more through holes 17 along a thin plate of the slat for connecting the slats between themselves. The diameter of the hole 17 is from 5 mm. The rails 16 are mounted in a collapsible panel using pins, preferably wooden (not visible in the figures). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixation between vertical columns and shelf panels ensures the reliability of glueless panel assembly.

The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 13, 1, have straight ends and are intended for their laying on horizontal bases. The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 14, 16, have machined “quarter” ends 18, intended for inserting the latter into the grooves of horizontal bases, in order to save free space.

 When assembling the furniture structure, the horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 19) are inserted into the holes 20 in the vertical solid columns 19 (Fig. 21) at the same level horizontally, and this results in a four-sided frame, in contrast to the prototype, where the panels are mounted only on two parallel bars. The panels of the side or rear walls 4 are inserted into the grooves 21 of the vertical continuous columns 1 (Fig. 22) and the grooves 1 1 of the horizontal bases (Fig. 8).

 An example of the assembly of a collapsible furniture designer according to option M ° 2 (Fig. 20). This design option provides for a smaller number of assembly options compared to the вариантом »1 option, since initially the option is limited by the design of a continuous vertical column.

 In the openings 20 (FIG. 21, not visible in FIG. 20), horizontal bases 2 are inserted in vertical solid columns and fastened with spacers 12 to each other. Shelf 3 is placed on the horizontal bases 2 of the resulting frame. Then, in the grooves 21 are vertical solid columns and grooves 1 1 (Fig. 8, Fig. 20 are not visible) in the horizontal bases 2 insert the side walls 4. Then, in the next level of the holes under the horizontal bases 2, horizontal bases 2 are inserted, while the side walls 4 are upper edge should enter the lower groove of the horizontal axis innovations 2. Horizontal bases 2 are fixed between each other with struts 12. A shelf 3 is placed on horizontal bases 2. By this principle, the assembly is continued in height and width.

 According to option N ° 2, the furniture designer provides an extension of the assortment of assembled furniture due to the possibility to modify and complement the configuration of the furniture design by including wooden struts in the designer. In addition, in the proposed version of the furniture designer, horizontal bases are inserted into the holes in the solid columns at the same level horizontally, thus obtaining a four-sided frame, and the side panels are inserted into the grooves of the solid columns and horizontal bases, which increases the structural strength .

A collapsible furniture designer according to option N ° 3 (Fig. 24) is a lightweight version of the designer according to option j4 ° 1. There are no horizontal bases, struts, sections of a vertical stacking column with holes for horizontal bases. The furniture designer according to the JM ° 3 variant (Fig. 24) contains basic and additional elements.

 The main elements include: vertical stacked columns 1, ceiling panels 3. A certain type of furniture assembled using a furniture designer may contain wall panels (side or rear) 4.

 Additional elements include: doors, connection elements (wooden pins), accessories for swing, folding and sliding doors of the “coupe” type, tabletops, seats of chairs and stools, mattresses for beds. Wooden pins are used as an element for connecting sections of a vertical stacking column 1.

 The vertical stacked columns 1 are preferably made of wood, their preferred embodiment is cylindrical. In addition to the cylindrical form of execution, the vertical stacked columns 1 can have different cross-sectional shapes, for example, square, rectangular, octagonal. The cross-sectional diameter of the vertical stacking column 1 is at least 20 mm, but the preferred diameter is 50 mm.

 The vertical stacking column 1 consists of the ηth set of sections. Moreover, sections can have different design features, depending on the type of furniture being assembled. Sections of a vertical stacking column 1 may have the following design features:

 - through vertical hole 5 (Fig. 2);

 - a through vertical hole 5 and a groove (s) 7 for the entire length (Fig. 4), if the side walls are provided for by the furniture structure;

 - through holes 8 in the ends on both sides (Fig. 6).

 Sections of the vertical stacking column 1 are assembled on a wooden cylindrical pin 9 (Fig. 24), inserted into the through vertical hole, according to the principle of a children’s pyramid, combining the cylinders with a groove (s) (Fig. 4) - if a side (rear) wall is required (walls), and cylinders without holes in the walls (Fig. 2). The diameter of the cylindrical pin 9 (FIG. 24) is at least 10 mm, but the preferred diameter is 20 mm. The length of the cylindrical pin 9 depends on the height of the assembled furniture.

 The panel of the walls (side or rear) 4 according to the option N 3 of the designer can be collapsible (Fig. 1 1) and non-collapsible (Fig. 12).

Collapsible panels 4 (FIG. P) are made, preferably of wood. Collapsible panels 4 consist of rails 13 with a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm) and a width of 20 mm. At least two through holes 14 are drilled through a thin layer of rails 13 to connect the rails to each other. The front part of the rails 13 can be made either smooth, or rounded, or curly. The diameter of the holes 14 in the rails 13 is at least 5 mm. The rails 13 are mounted in the panel 4 using pins, preferably wooden (not visible in FIG. 1). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixing the assembled panel of the wall 4 between the shelves of the furniture structure ensures the reliability of the glueless assembly of the panel.

 Non-demountable (solid) wall panels 4 (Fig. 12) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental design, for example, from a wooden furniture panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 The panels of the side or rear walls 4 (Fig. 1 1-12) may have a rectangular or square shape.

 The panels of the shelves 3 can only be non-separable, that is, solid (Figs. 25-27). The panels of the shelves 3 are preferably square or rectangular in shape.

 Non-demountable (solid) panel of shelves 3 (Fig. 25-27) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental design, for example, from a wooden furniture panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, grain - feces.

 The design of a non-demountable shelf panel may have the following design features:

 - holes 22, made in the corners, and a quarter 23 on one side of the shelf, while the thickness of the quarter is 1/2 the thickness of the shelf (Fig. 25);

 - holes 22, made in the corners, and quarters 23 from two parallel sides, with the quarters located on opposite planes of the shelf (Fig. 26);

 - holes 22 made in the corners (Fig. 27).

 The minimum number of holes 22 in the shelf is 3 pieces.

 The diameter of the holes 22 made in the corners is equal to the diameter of the pins 9 of the vertical stacking column 1.

 The principle of connecting the shelves in length is shown in FIG. 28.

 In the assembly process, the shelf 4 is simply put on the pins 9 using the holes 22. If the furniture structure involves several sections, then use shelves with a quarter (Fig. 25) or quarters (Fig. 26). If the construction is single-section, then shelves containing only openings are used (Fig. 27).

The principle of connecting the shelves is shown in FIG. 28. In this embodiment of the furniture designer, shelf 3 is a connector for the entire structure.

 An example of assembly of a collapsible furniture designer according to the JNTs 3 variant (Fig.

24).

 On the pins 9, the lower sections of the vertical column 1 are mounted, the shelf 3 is put on through the holes 22 (Fig. 27, not shown in Fig. 24). If the design involves several sections, then on the pins 9 put on a shelf 3 with a quarter (Fig. 25) or with two fours (Fig. 26). Next, the following elements of the vertical stacking column 1 are mounted (Fig. 24): if the side walls 4 are provided for by the structure, sections with a groove (s) 7 along the entire length are used (Fig. 4); if the side walls 4 are not provided for by the structure, sections without grooves are used (Fig. 2). After a set of elements of the required height, the side walls 4 are inserted (if provided by the design). Then, another shelf 3 is put on the wooden pins 9 through the openings 22. According to this principle, the assembly is continued in width and height.

 According to the Ν ° 3 option, the furniture designer provides an extension of the assortment of assembled furniture due to the possibility of modifying and supplementing the configuration of the furniture structure by including stacked columns assembled on wooden pins as part of the designer. The increase in structural strength in the proposed embodiment of the furniture designer is ensured by putting shelves on wooden pins through holes made at the corners of the shelves, while the shelves are located at the same level horizontally, forming a four-sided frame.

A collapsible furniture designer according to the variant Ν ° 4 (Fig. 29) provides for the use of stacked columns and solid columns in the furniture design.

 Furniture designer according to option J4 4 contains basic and additional elements.

 The main elements include: vertical stacked columns 1, vertical solid columns 19, horizontal bases 2, shelf panels 3. A certain kind of furniture assembled using a furniture designer may contain wall panels (side or rear) 4.

Additional elements include: hinged and hinged doors, sliding doors of the “compartment” type, connection elements (wooden pins, wooden struts), fittings for hinged and folding doors, and sliding doors of the “coupe” type, tabletops, seats, chairs and stools mattresses for beds. Wooden pins are used as an element for connecting sections of a vertical stacking column 1. Wooden struts are designed to fix the horizontal base 2 on the vertical stacking column 1.

 The vertical stacked columns 1 are preferably made of wood, their preferred embodiment is cylindrical. In addition to the cylindrical form of execution, the vertical stacked columns 1 can have different cross-sectional shapes, for example, square, rectangular, octagonal. The cross-sectional diameter of the vertical stacking column 1 is at least 20 mm, but the preferred diameter is 50 mm.

 The vertical stacking column 1 consists of the ηth set of sections. Moreover, sections can have different design features, depending on the type of furniture being assembled. Sections of a vertical stacking column 1 may have the following design features:

 - through vertical hole 5 (Fig. 2);

 - holes 6 in the walls under the horizontal base 2 (Fig. 3);

 - a through vertical hole 5 and a groove (s) 7 for the entire length if the side walls are provided for by the furniture structure (Fig. 4);

 - groove (s) 7 for the entire length, through vertical hole 5 and holes 6 in the walls under the horizontal base 2 (Fig. 5, Fig. 1);

 - through holes 8 in the ends on both sides (Fig. 6).

Sections of the vertical stacking column 1 are assembled on a cylindrical pin 9 (Fig. 29), inserted into the through vertical hole, according to the principle of a children's pyramid, combining cylinders with holes for horizontal bases (Fig. 3, Fig. 5) - if a shelf is needed, and cylinders without holes in the walls (Fig. 2). The diameter of the cylindrical pin 9 (FIG. 29) is at least 10 mm, but the preferred diameter is 20 mm. The length of the cylindrical pin 9 depends on the height of the assembled furniture.

 The vertical solid columns 19 (FIG. 29, FIGS. 21-22) are preferably made of wood, their preferred shape being cylindrical. In addition to the cylindrical form of execution, the vertical solid columns 19 can have different section shapes, for example, square, rectangular, octagonal. The minimum length of solid columns 19 is 500 mm.

Vertical solid columns 19 may have the following design features: a) holes 20 in the walls under the horizontal base (Fig. 21). In this case, the wall can have from one to four rows of holes;

 b) at least one groove 21 (Fig. 22) for the entire length for mounting the side or rear walls of the designer. The number of grooves depends on the number of side and rear walls;

 c) a through hole 24 at each end for connection with sections of a stacked column (Fig. 30), the diameter of which is equal to the diameter of the pin 9 of the vertical stacked column 1.

 The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 1) are preferably made of wood, preferably of cylindrical shape, and have the following dimensions: a minimum diameter of 10 mm, but a preferred diameter of 30 mm; minimum length is 20 mm. Horizontal bases are used as the basis for shelves (countertops) in assembled furniture constructions.

 Horizontal bases 2 may have the following structural features: a) holes 10 for installing spacers (Fig. 7) with a diameter of 5 mm or more, preferably 10 mm, located at a distance of 20 mm from each end and drilled at an angle of 45 °. Such horizontal bases are made without grooves and are used in the case where the design of furniture without side walls is provided;

 b) a groove (s) 1 1 over the entire length (FIG. 8) and holes for spacers (not visible in FIG. 8). In this case, the side walls are inserted into the groove (s);

 c) holes 10 for a spacer and a groove (s) 1 1 for fastening the side wall and the shelf (Fig. 9);

 g) Groove 1 1 for mounting the side wall and two shelves and holes 10 under the spacer (Fig. 10).

 The horizontal bases 2 (Fig. 1) are inserted into the holes in the vertical columns and fixed to each other by connecting elements made in the form of spacers 12. The spacers 12 of the horizontal bases 2 are wooden cylinders with a diameter of 5 mm and a length of 20 mm or more. Spacers 12 are tightly inserted into the holes of the horizontal bases 2 and reliably fix the horizontal bases 2 among themselves and at the junction with the vertical columns 1 (Fig. 23).

 The wall panels (side or rear) 4 can be collapsible (Fig. P) and non-collapsible (Fig. 12).

The manufacture of collapsible panels 4 (Fig. P) is preferably made of wood. Collapsible panels 4 consist of slats 13 with a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm) and a width of 20 mm At least two of the through holes 14 are drilled along the thin plate of the rails 13 for connecting the rails to each other. The front part of the rails 13 can be made either smooth, or rounded, or curly. The diameter of the holes 14 in the rails 13 is at least 5 mm. The slats 13 are mounted in the panel of walls 4 with the help of pins, preferably wooden ones (not visible in the figure). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixing the assembled panel of the wall 4 between the horizontal bases 2 of the furniture structure (Fig. 1) ensures the reliability of the glueless assembly of the panel.

 Non-demountable panels 4 (Fig. 12) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental friendliness of the structure, for example, from a panel of furniture made of wood, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 The panels of the side or rear walls 4 (Fig. 1 1-12) may have a rectangular or square shape.

 The panels of the shelves 3 can be non-separable (Fig. 13-14) and collapsible (Fig. 15-16). The panels of the shelves 3 have a square or rectangular shape with cutouts 15 (Fig. 13-16) in the corners of the vertical columns. Cutouts 15 provide the shelves 3 immobility in the horizontal plane and give additional rigidity to the entire structure.

 Fixed panels of shelves 3 (Fig.13-14) can be made of various plate materials suitable for environmental design, for example, from a wooden furniture panel, MDF, plywood, chipboard, glass, mirrors.

 Collapsible panel shelves (Fig. 15-16) - preferably wooden, consist of racks 16 having a thickness of 5 mm (preferably 10 mm), a width of 20 mm, and two or more through holes 17 on a thin plate of rails for connecting the rails between themselves. The diameter of the hole 17 is from 5 mm. The rails 16 are mounted in a collapsible panel using pins, preferably wooden ones (not visible in the figure). The minimum diameter of the pins is 5 mm. Fixation between vertical columns and shelf panels ensures the reliability of glueless panel assembly.

 The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 13, 15, have straight ends and are intended for laying them on horizontal bases.

 The panels of the shelves 3 shown in FIG. 14, 16, have machined “quarter” ends 18, intended for inserting the latter into the grooves of the horizontal bases, in order to save free space.

In FIG. 17 shows the principle of connecting two shelves 3 and a side wall 4; in FIG. 18 shows the principle of connecting the shelf 3 with the side wall 4; in FIG. 19 shows the principle of connecting the shelf 3 with a horizontal base 2. Horizontal bases 2 insert- are inserted into holes 6 in vertical stacked columns 1 at the same level horizontally, and this results in a four-sided frame, unlike the prototype, where the panels are mounted on only two parallel bars. The panels of the side or rear walls 4 are inserted into the grooves 7 of the vertical stacked columns 1 and the grooves 1 1 of the horizontal bases.

 An example of assembly of a collapsible furniture designer according to jVa 4 variant (FIG.

29).

 The sections of the vertical stacking column 1 are mounted on the pins 9. The horizontal bases 2 are inserted into the holes 6 (Fig. 3, Fig. 29 are not visible) in the sections of the vertical stacking columns 1 and fixed to each other with wooden spacers 12. Through the horizontal bases 2, inserted into the openings 6, continuous vertical columns 19 are connected to the structure. The elements of the stacked column 1 are connected to the solid columns 19 in height by means of through holes 24 at the ends of the solid columns (Fig. 30, not visible in Fig. 29). Then, shelves 3 are laid on horizontal bases 2. Then, stacked columns are assembled to the required height, side and / or rear walls are inserted 4. Then horizontal bases 2 are inserted into holes 6 (Fig. 3, not visible in Fig. 29). which are secured with struts 12.

 According to the jVa 4 variant, the furniture designer provides an extension of the assortment of assembled furniture due to the possibility to modify and supplement the configuration of the furniture structure by including stacked columns assembled on wooden pins and wooden struts in the designer. In addition, in the proposed embodiment of the furniture designer, horizontal bases are inserted into the holes in the vertical stacked columns and in vertical solid columns at the same horizontal level, thus obtaining a four-sided frame, and the side panels are inserted into the grooves of the stacked columns and horizontal bases, which increases the strength of the structure.

The proposed collapsible furniture designer according to the option N ° l suggests the creation of an infinite number of furniture designs.

 The proposed collapsible furniture designer according to JYa2 option is easier to manufacture, but compared to the design according to option N2 1 it is more limited in the number of assembled structures.

The proposed collapsible furniture designer according to the option M ° 3 is the easiest to install and also involves the creation of an infinite number of furniture prefabricated structures, and the absence of horizontal bases and struts in it simplifies production and provides savings in materials and free volumes in assembled structures. But the shelves in it must be made of more durable plate materials.

 The proposed collapsible furniture designer according to the variant _ \ 4 is a combination of the options JY «1 and Кя 2, which expands the possibilities of assembling furniture designs.

The application of the proposed furniture designer provides:

 - creation of individual furniture in accordance with the needs of the consumer;

 - the ability to change and complement furniture designs, receiving the so-called “furniture for growth”;

 - the ability to choose wall and shelf materials from budget materials;

 - the possibility of implementing a creative consumer approach: without leaving your home, invent, compile on a computer and change the design, order a finished design, get it in the form of a set of necessary elements and show the quality of “do it yourself”;

 - compactness for transportation;

 - ideal use for an online store;

 - lack of large exhibition furniture space.

 Elements of the proposed furniture designer are easy to manufacture and do not require expensive woodworking equipment.

Claims

CLAIM
 1. Collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical columns, shelf panels, elements for connecting vertical columns with shelf panels, characterized in that the vertical columns are made in the form of stacked columns, each of which consists of p of a plurality of sections assembled on a cylindrical pin passed through a vertical through hole in each section, the shelf panels being located on horizontal bases inserted by the ends into the holes in the walls of the vertical part x columns and connected to each other through spacers, forming a four-sided frame.
 2. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises non-separable panels of the side and / or rear walls.
 3. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.
 4. Furniture designer according to claim 3, characterized in that the collapsible wall panels consist of rails assembled between themselves through pins passed through the holes in the rails.
 5. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns are preferably made of wood.
 6. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a cylindrical shape.
 7. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a square cross-sectional shape.
 8. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a rectangular cross-sectional shape.
 9. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have an octagonal sectional shape.
 10. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that part of the sections of the vertical stacking column have a groove and / or grooves along the entire length for installing side and / or rear walls.
 1 1. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the shelf panels are non-separable.
12. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the shelf panels are collapsible.
13. Furniture designer according to claim 12, characterized in that the collapsible ceiling panels consist of rails assembled together through pins passed through the holes in the rails.
 14. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the shelf panels have cutouts in the corners for vertical stacked columns.
 15. Furniture designer according to claim I, characterized in that the shelf panels have straight ends for laying the shelves on horizontal bases.
 16. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the shelf panels have quarter-finished ends for inserting horizontal bases into the grooves.
 17. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.
 18. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape.
 19. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that the horizontal bases have a groove and / or grooves along the entire length for installing the side walls.
 20. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that it includes hinged and / or folding doors and / or sliding doors.
 21. Furniture designer according to claim 20, characterized in that it includes fittings for swing and / or hinged doors and / or sliding type coupes.
 22. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that it includes pillows for forming objects of upholstered furniture.
 23. Furniture designer according to claim 1, characterized in that it includes mattresses for forming beds and countertops for assembling tables.
 24. Collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical solid columns, shelf panels, elements for connecting vertical solid columns with shelf panels, characterized in that the shelf panels are located on horizontal bases inserted with the ends into the holes in the walls vertical solid columns and interconnected through spacers, forming a four-sided frame.
 25. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that it comprises non-separable panels of the side and / or rear walls.
26. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that it comprises collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.
27. Furniture designer according to claim 26, characterized in that the collapsible wall panels consist of battens assembled through pins passed through the holes in the battens.
 28. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the vertical solid columns are preferably made of wood.
 29. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have a cylindrical shape.
 30. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have a square sectional shape.
 31. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have a rectangular cross-sectional shape.
 32. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have an octagonal sectional shape.
 33. Furniture designer under item 24, characterized in that part of the vertical solid columns have a groove and / or grooves for installing the side and / or rear walls.
 34. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the shelf panels are non-separable.
 35. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the shelf panels are collapsible.
 36. Furniture designer according to claim 35, characterized in that the collapsible panels of the shelves consist of rails assembled together through pins passed through holes in the rails.
 37. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the shelf panels have cutouts in the corners for vertical solid columns.
 38. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the shelf panels have straight ends for laying the shelves on horizontal bases.
 39. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the shelf panels have quarter-finished ends for inserting horizontal bases into the grooves.
 40. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.
 41. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape.
42. Furniture designer according to claim 24, characterized in that the horizontal bases have a groove and / or grooves along the entire length for installing the side walls.
43. Furniture designer according to Claim 24, characterized in that it includes hinged and / or folding doors and / or sliding type doors.
 44. Furniture designer according to claim 43, characterized in that it includes accessories for swing and / or hinged doors and / or sliding type coupes.
 45. Furniture designer under item 24, characterized in that it includes pillows for forming objects of upholstered furniture.
 46. Furniture designer under item 24, characterized in that it includes mattresses for forming beds and countertops for assembling tables.
 47. Collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical columns, shelf panels, characterized in that the vertical columns are made in the form of stacked columns, each of which consists of the nth set of sections assembled on a cylindrical pin, missed through a vertical through hole in each section, while the shelf panels are mounted on cylindrical pins, through holes made at the corners of the shelf panels, connecting the entire structure and forming a four-sided frame.
 48. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that it includes non-separable and collapsible panels of the side or rear walls.
 49. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns are preferably made of wood.
 50. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns are preferably cylindrical in shape.
 51. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a square sectional shape.
 52. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a rectangular cross-sectional shape.
 53. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have an octagonal sectional shape.
 54. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that part of the sections of the vertical stacking column have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for installing side and / or rear walls.
 55. Furniture designer according to Claim 47, characterized in that the shelf panels are non-separable.
56. Furniture designer according to Claim 47, wherein the shelf panels have a quarter on one side of the shelf, wherein the thickness of the quarter is 1/2 the thickness of the shelf.
57. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that the shelf panels have quarters on two parallel sides, with the quarters located on opposite planes of the shelf.
 58. Furniture designer under item 47, characterized in that it includes hinged and / or hinged doors, and / or sliding type coupes.
 59. Furniture designer under item 58, characterized in that it includes accessories for swing doors and / or hinged and / or sliding type coupes.
 60. Furniture designer according to claim 47, characterized in that it includes pillows for forming objects of upholstered furniture.
 61. Furniture designer under item 47, characterized in that it includes mattresses for forming beds and countertops for assembling tables.
62. Collapsible furniture designer containing a set of parts in the form of vertical solid columns, shelf panels, elements for connecting vertical solid columns with shelf panels, characterized in that the vertical solid columns are combined with vertical stacked columns through a cylindrical pin, passed through a vertical a through hole in each section of the ηth set of sections of a vertical stacking column, and for connecting with sections of a vertical stacking column, a vertical continuous column and it has a through hole in each end, while the shelf panels are located on horizontal bases inserted with their ends into the holes in the walls of the vertical columns and interconnected through spacers, forming a four-sided frame.
 63. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that it comprises non-separable panels of the side and / or rear walls.
 64. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that it comprises collapsible panels of the side and / or rear walls.
 65. Furniture designer according to Claim 64, characterized in that the collapsible wall panels consist of battens assembled through pins passed through the holes in the battens.
 66. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical solid columns are preferably made of wood.
67. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical solid columns are preferably cylindrical in shape.
68. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have a square sectional shape.
 69. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have a rectangular cross-sectional shape.
 70. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical solid columns have an octagonal sectional shape.
 71. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that part of the vertical solid columns have a groove and / or grooves for installing side and / or rear walls.
 72. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns are preferably made of wood.
 73. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns are preferably cylindrical in shape.
 74. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a square sectional shape.
 75. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have a rectangular cross-sectional shape.
 76. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the vertical stacked columns have an octagonal sectional shape.
 77. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that part of the sections of the vertical stacking column have a groove and / or grooves for the entire length for installing side and / or rear walls.
 78. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the shelf panels are non-separable.
 79. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the shelf panels are collapsible.
 80. Furniture designer according to Claim 79, characterized in that the collapsible panels of the shelves consist of rails assembled between themselves through pins passed through the holes in the rails.
 81. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the shelf panels have cutouts in the corners for vertical stacked columns.
 82. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the shelf panels have straight ends for laying the shelves on horizontal bases.
83. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the shelf panels have quarter-finished ends for inserting horizontal bases into the grooves.
84. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably made of wood.
 85. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the horizontal bases are preferably cylindrical in shape.
 86. Furniture designer according to claim 62, characterized in that the horizontal bases have a groove and / or grooves along the entire length for installing the side walls.
 87. Furniture designer according to Claim 62, characterized in that it includes hinged and / or folding doors and / or sliding doors.
 88. Furniture designer under item 87, characterized in that it includes accessories for swing doors and / or folding, and / or sliding type coupes.
 89. Furniture designer under item 62, characterized in that it includes pillows for the formation of objects of upholstered furniture.
 90. Furniture designer according to Claim 62, characterized in that it includes mattresses for forming beds and countertops for assembling tables.
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