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.
The BOFFO Show House Embraces One’s Imagination
Jana Pijak — July 1, 2012 — Art & Design