Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson, two designers from BUGHOUSE, have made some extraordinary house furnishings. All their pieces are limited edition and flips the traditional expectations of furniture.
From syringe chandeliers to a coffee table made of old records, BUGHOUSE makes use of things around the house to make unique creations.
For some reason, I just don’t think the syringe chandelier would be the most appropriate form of lighting in a rehabilitation center.
Implications - Consumers are looking for products that contain an element of luxury. Items that feature a prestigious aspect are appealing to those who desire exclusivity in their lives.
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