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QUIRKY AND FUNCTIONAL: MISHA KAHN’S DESIGNS
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With plastic excess becoming a bigger issue, artists and designers are upcycling the waste of man-made materials into works of art. Brooklyn-based, Minnesota-born designer and artist Misha Kahn creates furniture for the sake of designing accessible art with a function. In his use of unexpected textures and quirky combinations, Kahn’s work is definitely a conversation starter.

You can see below a few of her works from the past years, along with the recent “candy looking” bench. Any mix and match ideas for an interesting interiur design?

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Rhode Island School of Design graduate Misha Kahn exhibited a bench representing a cut log but made of synthetic materials at Venture Lambrate last week. Expanding foam is embedded with plastic conduit, gold plastic gems, climbing rope, tinsel and other man-made flotsam and jetsam.

Rhode Island School of Design graduate Misha Kahn exhibited a bench representing a cut log but made of synthetic materials at Venture Lambrate last week. Expanding foam is embedded with plastic conduit, gold plastic gems, climbing rope, tinsel and other man-made flotsam and jetsam.

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