Emotional Objects & Other Curiosities

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Wed, Apr 7th, 2010 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

British designer Adam Farlie, labelled by some as the "emotional designer", likes to explorer human behaviour, experience and psychology by creating critical thought-provoking and human(e) design objects: check out his Becoming Narcoleptic office furniture designed to assist its users in taking naps; the Vessel One bed, which records audio-memories from past-events that took place in it; or Sofi, the Cafetiere for the Socially Inept, which wirelessly provides Twitter and Facebook updates to the user's cup, giving the shy geek topics to engage their date with.

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