Tebunginako Chair / Melbourne Design Week 2021

MDW 2021

Again for Melbourne Design Week 2021 by the National Gallery of Victoria, Thomas Coward and I were invited to collaborate and take part of exhibition A World We Don't Want presented by Friends & Associates which asked us design for the world we didn't want to see.

Tebunginako is a hypothetical beach chair, named after a sunken village on an island in the Pacific Ocean.  The Chair, made from materials that can withstand the feirce heat but too hot to ever use, can only be admired as a symbol of aspiration. This chair is a symbol of an imminent danger that is present due to the climate crisis.


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