The Uncomfortable by Katerina Kamprani
Athens-based designer and architect Katerina Kamprani has reimagined formerly useful everyday objects in such way that will make you feel uncomfortable and frustrated.
A pair of rain boots without the toes, a bowl with a hole in the bottom, an umbrella made of cement are just a few examples of unusable items from Katerina’s “The Uncomfortable” project which she describes as ‘a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects’.
Katerina states about her project: “KK decided to create and design for all the wrong reasons. Vindictive and nasty? Or a helpful study of everyday objects?
The goal is to re- design useful objects making them uncomfortable but usable and maintain the semiotics of the original item.”
You can follow her ongoing project on Facebook to see new additions.