Tuesday, April 28, 2009

droog Milan 2009

Skin by Studio Nacho Carbonell
In the Skin furniture, a thin, closely adhering and elastic layer allows the user to place objects underneath it. This layer adapts and takes the form of the objects, creating spontaneous contours that lead your curiosity to discover what hides beneath them. Nacho wants us to become playful and child-like:
"You'll feel like playing hide and seek!" he says and follows on to explain why he chose for the unconventional leg heights, "it's all about changing the point of view, one's way of perceiving things".
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