Jay Watson’s heat sensitive furniture shows the owner and his or her guests the effects humans have on their environment.
How is this possible, you ask? The Oxfordshire-based designer added a a dynamic twist to his deceptively understated furniture dubbed ‘Linger a Little Longer.’
The furniture maintains evidence of any kind of human contact in the form of a watermark when the thermochronic finish responds to body heat or decorative dining accessories placed on it.
It’s a new concept for furniture design, and one that won’t go unnoticed.
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