Furniture That Questions the Impact of Tech on Human Interaction

Furniture That Questions the Impact of Tech on Human Interaction
technology

A collection of clever devices concepted by RISD students inverts the Connected Home

Rachel Pincus
  • 27 may 2015

Fortunately, students can buck trends without worrying about profitability, and one particular group of MFA furniture design students at RISD, in an exhibit called Face to Face: Searching for Authentic Experiences, is challenging assumptions about the unsocial direction connected home technology seems to be headed in.

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