Two-dimensional "paintings" become actual seats you can sit in.
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A sculptural object with no particular function, but the wrapped rubber coils allow you to hold or hang things.
Cabinets made of foam rubber that change the more objects added to them.
A nap pillow for on the go that's made specifically for your children.
A collection of furniture that incorporates subtle dog-inspired details.
Furniture that combines tradition and modernity, with a dash of humor.
A pair of dresses that are "grown" with magnets.
A series of structures built for and around the body to impose control on movement.
Disposable tableware that looks like vegetables.
A humorous and thought-provoking installation from Sebastian Errazuriz.
Blofield produces an innovative line of sleek inflatable furniture to be used indoors or outdoors.
Wooden shoes that were inspired by how the Shakers store unused furniture on the walls.
A line of home furnishings, and a building, covered in used rubber inner tubes.
Ying Gao created two interactive dresses that become activated by a spectator's glances.
Vipp created a giant pedal bin as a reminder to Copenhagen to keep the city clean.
The Campana Brothers take over a NYC gallery in their first solo gallery show in the U.S..