Trivia Quiz On Designing A Furniture

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Below is a Trivia Quiz on Designing A Furniture. The right furniture has the power to change a dull room to a welcoming room, and in these modern times, there are people coming up with furniture designs that are out of this world. Take up the quiz below and get to see just how well you understand the furniture world.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The term that refers to the general pattern or design of timber produced on smooth longitudinal surfaces as a result of structural features like, rays, growth rings, knots, nature of grains, changes in texture or variations in color

    • A.

      Grain

    • B.

      Figure

    • C.

      Texture

    • D.

      Pattern

    Correct Answer
    B. Figure
    Explanation
    Figure refers to the general pattern or design of timber produced on smooth longitudinal surfaces as a result of structural features like rays, growth rings, knots, nature of grains, changes in texture, or variations in color. It encompasses the overall appearance and arrangement of these features on the surface of the wood.

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  • 2. 

    The term that refers to the relative alignment or general direction of the wood fibers and other cells relative to the axis of the tree.

    • A.

      Graining

    • B.

      Figure

    • C.

      Wood ray

    • D.

      Pattern

    Correct Answer
    A. Graining
    Explanation
    Graining refers to the relative alignment or general direction of the wood fibers and other cells relative to the axis of the tree. It describes the pattern or texture that is created by the arrangement of these fibers. The term "graining" is commonly used in the context of woodworking and is often used to describe the unique and distinctive patterns that can be seen on the surface of wood. These patterns can vary greatly depending on the species of wood and can be influenced by factors such as growth conditions and cutting techniques.

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  • 3. 

    Several thickness or pile of wood glued together one on top of the other with the grain of the sheets arranged at right angle.

    • A.

      Fiberboard

    • B.

      Cork board

    • C.

      Ply board

    • D.

      Plywood

    Correct Answer
    D. Plywood
    Explanation
    Plywood is the correct answer because it is made by gluing several layers or piles of wood together, with each layer having the grain of the wood arranged at a right angle to the layer above and below it. This construction method gives plywood its strength and stability, making it a popular choice for various applications in construction and furniture making.

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  • 4. 

    Wood steamed and bent to form the structural members of furniture

    Correct Answer
    Bentwood
    Explanation
    Bentwood refers to the process of steaming and bending wood to form the structural members of furniture. This technique allows for the creation of curved and flowing shapes, resulting in a unique and elegant design. By softening the wood with steam, it becomes more pliable and can be bent and molded into various shapes. This method has been widely used in furniture making for centuries and is known for its strength and durability. Bentwood furniture often showcases the natural beauty of wood grain and offers a sleek and modern aesthetic.

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  • 5. 

    A joint used in woodwork in which fan-shaped tongues projecting from one member fit into corresponding fan-shaped slots cut at the other member

    • A.

      Mortise and Tenon

    • B.

      Dove tail

    • C.

      Lap joint

    • D.

      Miter joint

    Correct Answer
    B. Dove tail
    Explanation
    A dovetail joint is a type of joint used in woodwork where fan-shaped tongues projecting from one member fit into corresponding fan-shaped slots cut at the other member. This type of joint is known for its strength and durability, as the interlocking shape of the tongues and slots creates a strong bond between the two pieces of wood. The dovetail joint is commonly used in furniture making and cabinetry, where a secure and long-lasting joint is required.

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  • 6. 

    A cylindrical wood or metal rod used to secure two pieces of wood by inserting it in a hole through two parts or members.

    Correct Answer
    Dowell
    Explanation
    A dowel is a cylindrical rod made of wood or metal that is used to join or secure two pieces of wood by inserting it into a hole that goes through both parts. It provides stability and strength to the joint, preventing the two pieces from moving or separating. Dowels are commonly used in woodworking and furniture making to create strong and durable connections between different components.

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  • 7. 

    A Phil-Spanish colonial furniture for the bedroom usually designed along architectural patterns and used to store the occupants' clothings

    Correct Answer
    Aparador
    Explanation
    An "aparador" is a type of Phil-Spanish colonial furniture commonly used in bedrooms. It is designed following architectural patterns and serves the purpose of storing the occupants' clothing.

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  • 8. 

    The term that refers to the making of sample model of a designed item reduced or actual scale.

    Correct Answer
    Prototype
    Explanation
    The term "prototype" refers to the creation of a sample model of a designed item, either in a reduced or actual scale. A prototype is typically developed to test and validate the design concept before mass production or full-scale implementation. It allows designers to evaluate the functionality, appearance, and performance of the product, identify potential flaws or improvements, and gather feedback from stakeholders. By creating a prototype, designers can refine their design, make necessary adjustments, and ensure that the final product meets the desired specifications and requirements.

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  • 9. 

    A hand saw which is used for cutting wood across the grain

    • A.

      Rip saw

    • B.

      Radial arm saw

    • C.

      Jig saw

    • D.

      Cross cut saw

    Correct Answer
    D. Cross cut saw
    Explanation
    A cross cut saw is used for cutting wood across the grain, making it the correct answer. It is designed with a series of sharp teeth that are angled to cut through the wood fibers cleanly. This type of saw is specifically used for making cuts perpendicular to the wood grain, resulting in smooth and accurate cuts. The other options listed, such as rip saw, radial arm saw, and jig saw, are not specifically designed for cutting across the grain.

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  • 10. 

    A hand saw which is used for cutting wood with the grain.

    • A.

      Plane saw

    • B.

      Cross cut saw

    • C.

      Rip saw

    • D.

      Jig saw

    Correct Answer
    C. Rip saw
    Explanation
    A rip saw is the correct answer because it is specifically designed for cutting wood with the grain. This type of saw has a long, straight blade with large, sharp teeth that are spaced widely apart. The wide spacing of the teeth allows for efficient cutting along the length of the wood fibers, making it ideal for ripping or cutting boards along their length. The other options, such as a plane saw, cross cut saw, and jig saw, are not specifically designed for cutting with the grain and may not be as effective or efficient for this purpose.

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  • 11. 

    American Furniture designer who experimented and successfully developed a chair with "spring construction" reducing spring parts into minimal element.

    • A.

      David Rowland

    • B.

      Frank Gehry

    • C.

      Jasper Morrison

    • D.

      Norman Foster

    Correct Answer
    A. David Rowland
    Explanation
    David Rowland is the correct answer because he is an American furniture designer who experimented and successfully developed a chair with "spring construction" reducing spring parts into minimal elements. This suggests that he was innovative and efficient in his design process, creating a chair that maximized functionality while minimizing the use of spring parts.

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  • 12. 

    Scandinavian designer considered to be the leader of "Danish modern style" he designed an upholstered armchair in 1954 that seemed to float on a wooden frame

    • A.

      Eero Saarinen

    • B.

      Finn Juhl

    • C.

      Eero Arnio

    • D.

      Mies van der Rohe

    Correct Answer
    B. Finn Juhl
    Explanation
    Finn Juhl is the correct answer because he is a Scandinavian designer known for his contribution to the "Danish modern style." In 1954, Juhl designed an upholstered armchair that appeared to float on a wooden frame, showcasing his innovative and unique design approach. This design exemplifies Juhl's ability to combine comfort, aesthetics, and functionality in his furniture pieces, making him a leader in the Danish modern style movement.

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  • 13. 

    The unit of measurement for wood lumber

    • A.

      Linear feet

    • B.

      Square meters

    • C.

      Board feet

    • D.

      Linear meters

    Correct Answer
    C. Board feet
    Explanation
    The correct answer is board feet. Board feet is a unit of measurement commonly used for wood lumber. It is calculated by multiplying the length, width, and thickness of a piece of wood and then dividing the result by 144. This measurement is used to determine the volume or quantity of wood in a board, making it a suitable unit for measuring lumber. Linear feet and linear meters are used to measure length, while square meters is used to measure area, and therefore, they are not appropriate units for measuring wood lumber.

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  • 14. 

    Specification symbol indicating that lumber is planed on two sides

    Correct Answer
    S2S
    Explanation
    S2S is a specification symbol used in the lumber industry to indicate that the lumber has been planed on two sides. This means that both surfaces of the lumber have been smoothed and made flat, providing a consistent and even appearance. This specification is important in applications where a smooth and finished look is desired, such as in furniture making or interior construction.

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  • 15. 

    Specification term indicating that lumber has been artificially dried.

    Correct Answer
    Kiln dried
    kiln-dried
    Explanation
    The term "kiln dried" or "kiln-dried" refers to lumber that has been dried using a kiln, which is a controlled environment designed to remove moisture from wood. This process helps to reduce the moisture content of the lumber, making it more stable and less prone to warping, shrinking, or swelling. Kiln drying also helps to kill any insects or fungi that may be present in the wood. Therefore, the term "kiln dried" or "kiln-dried" is used to indicate that the lumber has undergone this artificial drying process.

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  • 16. 

    This man introduced light weight furniture in mass with a style of curvilinear shapes, made possible with his invention of the steam-bending machines

    • A.

      Frank Gehry

    • B.

      Michael Thonet

    • C.

      Marten von Severen

    • D.

      William Morris

    Correct Answer
    B. Michael Thonet
    Explanation
    Michael Thonet is the correct answer because he is known for introducing light weight furniture on a mass scale with his invention of steam-bending machines. Thonet's innovative use of curvilinear shapes in his furniture designs revolutionized the industry and made it possible to produce furniture that was both stylish and affordable. His work had a significant impact on the development of modern furniture design.

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  • 17. 

    This man spearheaded the "Arts and Crafts Movement" and is often called as the "Father of the Modern Movement"

    • A.

      William Morris

    • B.

      Victor Horta

    • C.

      Guimard

    • D.

      Gustav Klimt

    Correct Answer
    A. William Morris
    Explanation
    William Morris is the correct answer because he was a prominent figure in the "Arts and Crafts Movement" during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was a designer, writer, and social activist who advocated for the importance of handmade craftsmanship and traditional techniques in the face of industrialization. His work greatly influenced the modern design movement, making him known as the "Father of the Modern Movement." Victor Horta was a Belgian architect associated with Art Nouveau, Guimard was a French architect known for his work in the Art Nouveau style, and Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter, none of whom spearheaded the "Arts and Crafts Movement."

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  • 18. 

    The Dutch architect who produced the first prototype of cantilevered chair

    • A.

      Eero Saarinen

    • B.

      Marit Stam

    • C.

      Mies van der Rohe

    • D.

      Finn Juhl

    Correct Answer
    B. Marit Stam
    Explanation
    Marit Stam is not a well-known Dutch architect, and there is no evidence or historical record of her producing the first prototype of a cantilevered chair. Eero Saarinen, Mies van der Rohe, and Finn Juhl are all renowned architects and designers, but there is no information to suggest that any of them produced the first prototype of a cantilevered chair. Therefore, the correct answer is likely incorrect or unsupported by evidence.

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  • 19. 

    The group of constructivist artists who adapted the use of abstract and rectangular form and primary colors as their basic ideal

    • A.

      Rietveld

    • B.

      Bau Haus Movement

    • C.

      Modern Movement

    • D.

      D' Stijl Group

    Correct Answer
    D. D' Stijl Group
    Explanation
    The correct answer is D' Stijl Group. The D' Stijl Group was a group of constructivist artists who embraced the use of abstract and rectangular forms, as well as primary colors, as their fundamental ideals. They believed in creating a new visual language that expressed the modern world and rejected traditional artistic conventions. The group, led by Theo van Doesburg, sought to integrate art, architecture, and design into a unified whole, and their influential ideas had a lasting impact on modern art and design.

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  • 20. 

    The art style which flourished from about 1893 to 1910 and is characterized by moving sinuous and swirling lines.

    • A.

      Baroque

    • B.

      Arts and Crafts

    • C.

      Art Nouveau

    • D.

      Roccoco

    Correct Answer
    C. Art Nouveau
    Explanation
    Art Nouveau is the correct answer because it is the art style that flourished from about 1893 to 1910 and is characterized by moving sinuous and swirling lines. This style was popularized during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is known for its organic and decorative elements. Art Nouveau influenced various forms of art, including architecture, furniture, and graphic design. It is often associated with the use of curved lines, intricate patterns, and nature-inspired motifs.

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  • 21. 

    The term is defined as "human factor engineering"

    Correct Answer
    Ergonomics
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Ergonomics. Ergonomics is the study of designing and arranging objects and environments to fit the needs and capabilities of individuals. It focuses on optimizing human performance and well-being by considering factors such as comfort, safety, efficiency, and productivity. By applying principles of ergonomics, products, systems, and workspaces can be tailored to enhance user experience and prevent discomfort or injury.

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  • 22. 

    This power tool is an upside-down saw with toothed circular blade

    Correct Answer
    Radial arm saw
    radial-arm saw
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Radial arm saw, radial-arm saw." A radial arm saw is a power tool that has a toothed circular blade and is designed to be used upside-down. It is commonly used for making crosscuts and ripping lumber. The term "radial-arm saw" is often used interchangeably with "radial arm saw" to refer to this specific type of saw.

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  • 23. 

    The school of design in Germany founded by Walter Gropius in 1919 which became the focal point for design development immediately after World War 1

    Correct Answer
    Bauhaus
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Bauhaus. The Bauhaus was a school of design founded by Walter Gropius in Germany in 1919. It emerged as a significant center for design innovation and creativity, particularly in the aftermath of World War 1. The Bauhaus aimed to unite art, craft, and technology, and it had a profound influence on modern design, architecture, and art. Its emphasis on functionalism, simplicity, and the integration of art and industry made it a pivotal institution in the development of modern design principles.

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  • 24. 

    An angle joint formed by two members of which each is cut at 45-degree angle.

    • A.

      Mitre joint

    • B.

      Half-Lap joint

    • C.

      Mortise and Tenon

    • D.

      Dovetail

    Correct Answer
    A. Mitre joint
    Explanation
    A mitre joint is formed by two members, each cut at a 45-degree angle. This type of joint is commonly used in woodworking and carpentry to create a clean and seamless connection between two pieces of material, such as picture frames or molding. The 45-degree angles allow the two pieces to fit together perfectly, creating a tight and strong joint. The mitre joint is often reinforced with glue or nails for added stability.

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  • 25. 

    A hand tool used for drilling small holes

    Correct Answer
    Hand drill
    Explanation
    A hand drill is a tool that is used for drilling small holes. It is operated manually by turning a handle, which rotates the drill bit and allows it to penetrate various materials such as wood, plastic, or metal. The hand drill is convenient for tasks that require precision and control, as it allows the user to apply just the right amount of force and adjust the drilling speed accordingly. It is a versatile tool commonly used in woodworking, crafting, and other DIY projects.

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  • 26. 

    An angle joint formed by two members each of which has been cut to half its thickness and lapped over the other

    • A.

      Lap joint

    • B.

      Mitre joint

    • C.

      Half Lap joint

    • D.

      Butt joint

    Correct Answer
    C. Half Lap joint
    Explanation
    A half lap joint is formed when two members are cut to half their thickness and then overlapped with each other. This type of joint provides a strong and flush connection between the members, as the overlapping portions increase the surface area for bonding. It is commonly used in woodworking and carpentry for joining pieces of wood together at a right angle. The joint can be further reinforced with glue, nails, or screws for added strength.

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  • 27. 

    A machine tool with endless blade that travels around two pulleys and used to cut thin or thick stock of wood in curve or straight form.

    • A.

      Radial arm saw

    • B.

      Circular Saw

    • C.

      Jig Saw

    • D.

      Band Saw

    Correct Answer
    D. Band Saw
    Explanation
    A band saw is a machine tool that uses an endless blade to cut thin or thick stock of wood in both curved and straight forms. It consists of two pulleys around which the blade travels, allowing for precise and versatile cuts. Unlike other options such as the radial arm saw, circular saw, and jig saw, the band saw is specifically designed for cutting wood and offers greater control and accuracy in cutting various shapes and sizes of wood stock.

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  • 28. 

    Two members of the team of American designers who won the Organic Design Competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art just before the second World War

    • A.

      Charles and Ray Eames

    • B.

      Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen

    • C.

      Verner Panton and Ron Arad

    • D.

      Verner Panton and Jasper Morrison

    Correct Answer
    B. Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen
    Explanation
    Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen were the two members of the American design team who won the Organic Design Competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art just before the second World War.

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  • 29. 

    The member of the D'Stijl group who designed the Red-Blue-Yellow chair

    • A.

      Theo van Doesburg

    • B.

      Piet Mondrian

    • C.

      Walter Gropius

    • D.

      Gerrit T. Rietveld

    Correct Answer
    D. Gerrit T. Rietveld
    Explanation
    Gerrit T. Rietveld is the correct answer because he was a member of the D'Stijl group and the designer of the Red-Blue-Yellow chair. Rietveld was a Dutch architect and designer known for his contributions to the De Stijl movement, which aimed to create a new visual language through the use of geometric forms and primary colors. The Red-Blue-Yellow chair is one of his most famous designs and is considered an iconic piece of modern furniture.

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  • 30. 

    An elegant side chair developed in Greece with concave backrest and outwardly splayed legs

    Correct Answer
    Klismos chair
    Explanation
    The Klismos chair is an elegant side chair that originated in Greece. It is characterized by its concave backrest and outwardly splayed legs. This design feature not only adds to its aesthetic appeal but also provides stability and comfort. The Klismos chair has been highly regarded for its timeless design and has been influential in the development of furniture throughout history.

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  • 31. 

    A common Philippine-Spanish colonial furniture usually used to store pillows and mats

    • A.

      Armario

    • B.

      Credenza

    • C.

      Gallinera

    • D.

      Papag

    Correct Answer
    A. Armario
    Explanation
    Armario is the correct answer because it is a common Philippine-Spanish colonial furniture used for storing pillows and mats. The term "armario" is derived from the Spanish language, which was widely spoken during the Spanish colonial period in the Philippines. This furniture piece typically features a large cabinet or wardrobe with shelves and drawers, providing ample storage space for bedding items such as pillows and mats.

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  • 32. 

    A Filipino term for the utility table of Spanish colonial period that is used to hold and display religious icons.

    • A.

      Mesa Altar

    • B.

      Credenza

    • C.

      Vajilera

    • D.

      Dulang

    Correct Answer
    A. Mesa Altar
    Explanation
    During the Spanish colonial period in the Philippines, a "Mesa Altar" was a utility table used to hold and display religious icons. This term is derived from the Spanish words "mesa" meaning table and "altar" referring to a sacred space for worship. The Mesa Altar played a significant role in religious ceremonies and was a symbol of devotion and spirituality in Filipino culture during that time.

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  • 33. 

    A wooden sofa produced in the Philippines during the Spanish era with a cabinet compartment below. A settee with wooden skirting

    • A.

      Kapiya

    • B.

      Aparador

    • C.

      Gallinera

    • D.

      Dulang

    Correct Answer
    C. Gallinera
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Gallinera." A gallinera is a wooden sofa produced in the Philippines during the Spanish era that has a cabinet compartment below. It is also known as a "settee with wooden skirting."

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  • 34. 

    The part of the tree that are being produced into lumber

    Correct Answer
    Log
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Log" because a log refers to the part of a tree that has been cut down and is usually used for producing lumber. It is the raw material that is processed in sawmills to create boards, planks, or other wood products.

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  • 35. 

    The term for the framework where the rattan poles are temporarily stocked and held into shape after heating

    Correct Answer
    jig
    Explanation
    A jig is a framework used to temporarily hold rattan poles in shape after they have been heated. This allows the rattan to cool and set in the desired shape, ensuring that the final product maintains its form. Jigs are commonly used in the rattan furniture industry to create various shapes and designs.

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  • 36. 

    This term denotes that the object parts maybe dismantled and easily assembled

    Correct Answer
    knock down
    knockdown
    Explanation
    The term "knock down" or "knockdown" refers to the ability of an object to be easily dismantled and then reassembled. This implies that the parts of the object can be taken apart without much effort and can be put back together without any complications. This term is commonly used in the context of furniture or other objects that can be disassembled for easy transportation or storage.

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  • 37. 

    This term refers to the weight of water contained in the wood expressed as a percentage of the weight of the oven-dry wood.

    Correct Answer
    Moisture content
    Explanation
    Moisture content refers to the weight of water contained in the wood expressed as a percentage of the weight of the oven-dry wood. It is a measure of the amount of water present in the wood, which is important for various applications such as woodworking, construction, and fuel efficiency. By determining the moisture content, one can assess the suitability of the wood for specific purposes and ensure that it is adequately dried or seasoned before use.

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  • 38. 

    The term that refers to the theoretical point or limit reached by wood when all the free water evaporates and only hygroscopic water remains.

    Correct Answer
    Fiber Saturation Point
    Explanation
    The fiber saturation point is the term that refers to the theoretical point or limit reached by wood when all the free water evaporates and only hygroscopic water remains. This point is important because it determines the maximum amount of moisture that wood can hold. At the fiber saturation point, wood is considered to be fully saturated and any additional moisture will result in swelling or shrinkage of the wood.

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  • 39. 

    This term refers to human body measurements

    Correct Answer
    Anthropometrics
    Explanation
    Anthropometrics refers to the study and measurement of human body dimensions, proportions, and physical characteristics. It involves collecting data on various body measurements such as height, weight, limb length, and body mass index (BMI). These measurements are used in various fields such as ergonomics, architecture, and clothing design to ensure products and environments are tailored to fit the human body properly. Anthropometrics is important for understanding human variation and designing products that are comfortable, safe, and accessible for people of different sizes and shapes.

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  • 40. 

    DCP an acronym for technical agency of the Department of Trade and Industry that stand for Design Center of the Philippines, was changed to PDDCP. To what name do this acronym stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Product Development and Design Center of the Philippines
    Explanation
    The acronym PDDCP stands for Product Development and Design Center of the Philippines. This change was made from the previous acronym DCP, which stood for Design Center of the Philippines. The new acronym reflects the expanded scope of the agency, now encompassing both product development and design.

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  • 41. 

    CITEM is another government agency through which the Department of Trade and Industry organizes the annual Manila Fame. To what name do this acronym stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions
    Explanation
    CITEM stands for Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions. This acronym represents a government agency that is responsible for organizing the annual Manila Fame event. The Department of Trade and Industry utilizes CITEM to facilitate international trade and promote the country's products and industries through exhibitions and missions.

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  • 42. 

    A low bed used by our early Filipino ancestors

    • A.

      Dulang

    • B.

      Papag

    • C.

      Duyan

    • D.

      Peresoza

    Correct Answer
    B. Papag
    Explanation
    A papag is a low bed that was commonly used by our early Filipino ancestors. It is a simple and traditional sleeping platform made of bamboo or wood, elevated slightly off the ground. The papag provided a comfortable and cool sleeping surface, as well as protection from insects and other ground-dwelling creatures. It was an essential piece of furniture in Filipino households, especially in rural areas, and is still used in some communities today.

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  • 43. 

    A low dining table used by our early Filipino ancestors

    • A.

      Dulang

    • B.

      Papag

    • C.

      Mesa alter

    • D.

      Vajilera

    Correct Answer
    A. Dulang
    Explanation
    Dulang is the correct answer because it refers to a low dining table used by our early Filipino ancestors. The other options, papag, mesa alter, and vajilera, do not specifically relate to a low dining table in the context of early Filipino culture.

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  • 44. 

    Philippine counterpart of the Vienna bentwood chair; used iron instead of bentwood, mixed with hardwood

    • A.

      Butaka

    • B.

      Mariposa

    • C.

      Pamintuan chair

    • D.

      Batibot chair

    Correct Answer
    D. Batibot chair
    Explanation
    The Batibot chair is the correct answer because it is the Philippine counterpart of the Vienna bentwood chair. Unlike the Vienna chair which uses bentwood, the Batibot chair uses iron mixed with hardwood. This variation in materials is what distinguishes the Batibot chair from its Vienna counterpart.

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KC Villamar |Interior Designer |
Karenina is a professional Interior Designer who completed her education at the esteemed Philippine School of Interior Design, equipping her with the knowledge and skills for creative and functional design work.

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