19 January 2016 // Laura de Wit //Amsterdam
//DYE IT YOURSELF
A Japanese studio called Takt Project aimed at changing the low value of identical looking mass produced plastic products. Under the name Dye It Yourself they created a side table and a chair that can be adjusted by its owner according to their own taste. By using a type of plastic for the production of these furnitue pieces that easily absorbs water, a material that is primarily used for industrial products instead of daily consumer objects, it becomes possible to add color to the objects. This process results in beautiful aquarelic patterns that look like an abstract painting was put on a chair or a table.