Interactive Furniture That Communicates With Their Users

Netherlands-based designer Juno Jeon has created two pieces of furniture that aim to bring ordinary objects to live, by making them interact and communicate with their users. ‘Pull me to live’ is a drawer that has a special skin: when the drawer is closed, it just sits there, showcasing its fancy skin. When it is... 
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Bright Camp Furniture By Stephanie Hornig

If you like travelling and infinite roads, you’ll appreciate this Camp Furniture Collection by Stephanie Hornig. It’s her design school graduation project that interprets life on the road through the artifacts of camping. Camp Daybed reminds of a sleeping bag on legs that we use during hiking; the colors are juicy and spirit-raising. I love... 
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Amazing Kids’ Station For DIY Creations

Kids love to create! They paint, draw, model and sculpture and do many other things. Guidecraft presented a universal furniture piece for all these things. This piece is thought over in all aspects.  Deluxe Art Center is made so that it would be comfortable for the kids to create everything they want; there are pencil... 
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Tetris Inspired Interactive Furniture

Originally designed by Russia-based Alexey Pajitnov, the Tetris game has enchanted many people over the years since its creation in 1984. By manipulating random sequence of puzzle pieces called Tetriminos, moving each sideways and rotating it by 90 degrees, one should create a horizontal ten blocks line without gaps. This popular game was the base... 
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Interactive Shelf Scratchboards by Peter Freund

Do you think that leaving post-it stickers on the fridge is a little bit outdate? Than Nightwriter and Daywriter are three-dimensional scratchboards that you can use to write messages on with modern style. They are designed by Peter Freund. The Daywriter (as the name suggests) is used for displaying messages during the day and the... 
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