Lay Out a Bank of Drawers Using Progressive Extension

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This is what we are going to arrive at.


This is an excerpt from “By Hound and Eye” by Geo. R. Walker and Jim Tolpin; illustrated by Andrea Love.

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The height of the face changes in a progression equal to the size of the blades, which are called “shadows” when included in the face height.

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Start by stepping out the two intervening blades plus three shadow blades.

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Divide the remaining space into three parts – the primary drawer height.

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Lay out the first face plus one intervening blade.

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Lay out the second face increased in height by a blade. The space left over is the third face.

Meghan Bates

 

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