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April 20, 2010 at 6:08 pm 1 comment

Pixel imagery has made a bold – and very mainstream – splash in the world of furniture design. This month’s Dwell features one of many pixelated patterns by architecturally-minded graphic designer Cristian Zuzunaga. This particular pattern is called Shanghai, and it was created in collaboration with high end furniture brand Ligne Roset.


Zuzunaga’s Shanghai pattern on stools

Ligne Roset’s iconic Togo, designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973, is my absolute favorite furniture design for its simultaneously exquisite functionality and style. And while Togo has come in a variety of bold colors for several years, I was blown away by its new release in the Shanghai pattern. I love looking at it, but I’m still not sure where I would ever put it.


Zuzunaga’s Shanghai pattern on Togo loveseat

April 20’s daily design idea is what kind of space would you design around the Shanghai Togo?

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