Wire Frame Furniture by NOIZ Architects
Say goodbye to your TV remote disappearing into the cushions. Goodbye hidden crumbs and lost change. Goodbye cat scratches . Goodbye bed bugs. Wire Frame Furniture, created by Tokyo-based NOIZ Architects, eliminates all those problems. Sure it may not be comfortable, but it’s a small price to pay.
Sure, the series, which not only includes chair, desk and book shelf but planters as well, is probably not for everyone. But I’m sure there are some die-hard 3D artists obsessed with wire frames that would put these in their homes.
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