The BOFFO Show House Embraces One’s Imagination

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 1, 2012 • References: andrewyes & frameweb
The BOFFO Show House is an a-typical abode concept created by Andrew Yes. The New York-based designer has renovated a luxe apartment complex, transforming it into a show home that is both experimental and whimsical.

Located at the Lower East Side’s Madison Jackson building, this off-kilter living concept aims to challenge traditional design ideals. Resembling something out of a modern fairy tale, the show home features four apartment exhibit spaces that embrace the four concepts of work, play, nature and future.

From their bold furnishings like a fossilized table and modern art pieces to a strong use of bright colors, these BOFFO Show House spaces are infused with imagination and character, making the audience wish they could return to childhood again. Stats for Stunning Stained-Glass Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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