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Client: Fundação Mineira de Educação e Cultura (Brazil)
Design: Patrícia Seixas Francia Silva (Brazil)
Adaptable to different spaces, terrains and architectural styles, the Interactive Lounge was designed to provide relaxation and interactivity with the surrounding environment. The furniture is composed of plastic balls with an undulating fabric lining and a surface that can be arranged in various configurations. It can be used both indoors and outdoors and was inspired by the lounge and “chill out” concept. This single piece of furniture can take on different shapes for different activities, such as listening to music, reading, chatting or simply resting.