Exchange Curious Talents For Modern Furniture

Exchange Curious Talents For Modern Furniture
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A furniture retailer solicits creativity by giving away home furnishings to those with imaginative talents and oddities.

Kyle Studstill
  • 2 march 2011

At the end of 2009, we covered the Real Good Chair project from Blu Dot, a retailer of modern home furniture. This project played with the idea of curb-mining in urban cities – the act of claiming discarded furniture left on curbs – by leaving brand new chairs on curbsides, to see who would pick them up and how many passersby would overlook them.

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