Transparent soft furniture

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11 Responses to “Transparent soft furniture”

  1. Moriarty says:

    I see much potential as a terrarium.

  2. Paul Renault says:

    So, I wonder: if you’re the kind of old-school mom that puts vinyl coverings on all expensive/nice furniture so that dust and kids’ germs won’t get dirty, do you have get an extra vinyl cover?

  3. Paul Renault says:

    Oy!  Still not awake: “so that dust and kids’ germs won’t get THEM dirty,”

  4. sockatume says:

    I will never feel comfortable on a sofa again.

  5. Gina Martin says:

    I really wish you had a link for the transparent toilets and tvs, all the stuff I’m finding is art project related, not prison chic.  

  6. I looks like something that would be quite at home in Terry Gilliam’s film Brazil.

  7. Gizzy says:

    Sweat City… especially in the summer!

  8. bcsizemo says:

    Nothing like sitting on a metal coil with no foam cushion over it. 

    And I don’t think a transparent toilet would be that great.  An acceptable resin to build it out of wouldn’t be cheap and it might still be hospitable to germs.  Glass would work for the sanitation aspect, but if broken might turn into a weapon.  Stainless steel, while not cheap or transparent does seem the way to go.

    That is until someone comes up with some transparent aluminum.

  9. toxonix says:

    This may be the solution to my cat+furniture problem. I wonder how likely they are to stick their claws into transparent vinyl. I have yet to find comfortable stainless steel mesh seating arrangements, but still looking. 

  10. Ant says:

    Is it still comfy/comfortable?

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