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Modular Seating Looks Like Pixel Blocks

by Paul Strauss
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This new modular furniture system lets you create custom seating areas by rearranging pixel-like blocks into your own unique layouts.

Bond. Scape Modular Seating

Created by Joe Doucet, founder of the new design collective Bond., the Scape Modular Seating system lets you transform your living space on a whim, thanks to its moveable seating towers.

Individual seating cushion blocks come in five different heights, and varying shades of gray to create an illusion not dissimilar from a topographic map. To rearrange your space, simple slide the different height cushions into the system’s gridded base, and you can completely change the look and layout of your couch in seconds.

Bond Scape Modular Seating

The Scape Modular Seating System will be just one of the multi-disciplined collective’s works shown at the Bond. launch party at New York’s Pomegranate Gallery on May 17th, 2008. Check out the Bond.NY website for more details.

[via designboom]



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