Its said success and failure effects differently to each person and each of these change the person. What we have here is a collection called ‘The Uncomfortable’ by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani; it’s a collection of deliberately inconvenient
everyday objects. It all started around 2011 when Katerina couldn’t finish her industrial design course, but she had this goal to deconstruct the invisible design language of simple everyday objects and tweak their fundamental properties and make others surprise and laugh. But she also wanted others even to appreciate the complexity and depth of interactions with the simplest of objects around us.
Her website features objects that are deliberately designed to annoy you, then as she rightly says, “what would the world be if there were no Uncomfortable objects out there?”
More of her unusual creations can be seen here – website.

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(Image Credit: Katerina Kamprani).

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