For those of you in the Bay Area, this is your last chance to play around with the Stack to Fold furniture in D-Space at SFMOMA as part of the Art of Participation: 1950 to Now exhibit (it closes this Sunday).
From the SFMOMA site: “Lauren Crahan, John Hartmann, and Brian Briggs of the Brooklyn-based design firm Freecell created Stack to Fold specifically for D-Space. The modular cardboard environment features perforated shapes that you may remove and reconfigure as benches, tables, desks, or sculpture. What starts as a two-dimensional instruction kit in the do-it-yourself tradition becomes a dynamic three-dimensional landscape for interaction — the literal building blocks of D-Space.”
For those of you who don’t live in the SF area, check out Freecell for patterns with instructions to make your own modular cardboard furniture!
Stack to Fold modular cardboard furniture