Waffle furniture

A chair that's good enough to eat.

Who’d have thought that furniture production would find an appropriate metaphor in a waffle maker? To highlight the fact that the mass furniture market produces so much product that consumers can’t fully digest it all, designers Ryosuke Fukusada and Rui Pereira developed the waffle-made household items as an “alternative way of experiencing furniture.” Whatever the reason for it, the tiny chairs and lamps look delicious.