Pieces Of Furniture Respond To Heat By ‘Changing Color’
Oxfordshire-based designer Jay Watson created pieces of thermo-chromatic furniture that respond to heat by ‘changing color’.
Called ‘Linger A Little Longer’, they respond to the heat of any warm crockery or body parts—similar to how a mood ring works.
The result is an ephemeral ‘watermark’ that exposes the natural surface of the furniture.
[via Jay Watson]
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