Fruit Salad, Katherine Bernhardt’s exclusive bean bag chair collaboration with Exhibition A.
A design legacy that’s been carried into 21st century contemporary art.
Rob Pruitt’s vinyl-wrapped “Graffiti Chair” is pretty awesome. Available in an edition of 100.
The Super Gorone Desk adapts to wherever you want to set up shop… like in bed or on the couch. Anywhere!
‘Companion’ is a playful chair designed Phillip Grass.
KOHLER’s new Purefresh toilet seat has a built-in air freshener, plus two unique LED light settings to guarantee that nothing goes stink in the night ever again.
Right? Especially when you consider that this custom-made (in China), circular conference table seats 23 and features “data ports, microphones and an illuminated map of the world in a glass panel at its center.” It’s the centerpiece of the newly needed “world-class corporate meeting space” at the school. So what university would make such an extravagant purchase? Columbia? Yale? NYU? Nope. The school in question is none other than Kean University, a co-ed public school located in Northern New Jersey whose four year tuition totals something like $44,000. It’s destined to become a breeding ground for UN delegates, or at least James Bond villains.
The year was 1988 and NPR’s office was in shambles, or according to Bob Boilen, it was an “utterly horrifying ugly filthy mess.” Also, there were typewriters. And terrible chairs.