A designer invented purposely annoying furniture to make a point about laziness

For his master’s thesis at the École Boulle in Paris, Benoît Malta designed a series of pieces that will challenge your perception of home décor.

Each piece has something about it that turns a passive domestic exercise — sitting in a chair, for example — into an active one.

Story by Tony Manfred and editing by Alana Yzola.

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