Design Furniture By Playing A Game Of Mad Libs

Design Furniture By Playing A Game Of Mad Libs

Itay Ohaly created the workstation, pictured, by asking 8 friends to create only a small portion of the design.

Allie Walker
  • 24 october 2012

In the game of Mad Libs, one player asks the other for a list of adjectives, nouns, adverbs, and verbs. The player responds, not knowing how or where they fit into the story, as the other writes down the results. The story is then read aloud to an often incongruous, unintentionally nonsensical and hilarious result. But the story is also always unique and unrepeatable, a process by which designer Itay Ohaly looked for inspiration when creating his ‘Fragmented Process’ furniture series.

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