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The Shibafu Table by Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture and Design

 - Mar 26, 2010   Updated: Jul 12 2011
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It would appear that the designers at Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design used pixie sticks as a big part of their inspiration for some of their recent furniture. The Shibafu Table and the Stick Chair use brightly-colored sticks to create structural support.

All of the designs from Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design use color in outrageous ways. Check out the gallery for just a few examples, including the Shibafu Table.

Implications - Consumers want to find products that contain a relatable element. Items featuring an aspect of everyday design are appealing to those who want to feel a closer connection to their purchases. In order to grow its appeal, a company could develop more of their items with this in mind.