A Moveable Home

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Giles Miller's Grandfather-C and Wardrobe-C, both 2007

Giles Miller's Grandfather-C and Wardrobe-C, both 2007

For world travelers and furniture-commitment-phobes alike, modular meubles are highly desirable. Whether it’s the dreaded seven-letter word (economy), ecological awareness, or in an interest of being on the go, it seems modular madness is on the rise. Giles Miller has created a line of products that meet the needs of such transients. His creations live somewhere between post-modern masterpieces like Kuramata’s How High The Moon armchair and packing supplies or sculpture, delicately poised and fairly inexpensive.

It may be possible to truly outfit your whole home with flexible, modular, cardboard furniture. Although, I’m still looking for a king size cardboard bed.

 

David Graas' Don't Spill Your Coffee Table

David Graas' Don't Spill Your Coffee Table

Plushpod's Cat Cocoon

Plushpod's Cat Cocoon

 

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One Response to “A Moveable Home”

  1. emilyleibin Says:

    Giles Miller’s Wardrobe-C reminds me very much of Jeannie Choe & Steven Tomlinson’s Mustache mirror.

    http://tinyurl.com/c7rqq2

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