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!