Good Vibrations Storage Unit is a cabinet by architect Ferruccio Laviani that is designed to look like a distorted digital image. The puzzling piece of furniture was created for Fratelli Boffi, an annual interior show in Italy. While there is speculation that this image of the product is, itself, a digital rendering, it is yet to be proven either way. Assuming it's the real deal, Good Vibrations presents a cleverly enigmatic new era for furniture design in the digital age. Just as younger generations have assimilated to tablets in lieu of physical books and magazines, perhaps glitchy storage units will replace conventional wardrobe designs.
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