Artists Ryosuke Fukusada and Rui Pereira created this tiny waffle mold that forms batter into chairs, lamps and tables. The device was designed as commentary on new, and apparently unnecessary products being launched by the furniture industry, and is touted as a new way to experience furnishings:
“You can create your eatable living room and paint you furniture cakes with your favorite jams and toppings. In this way when the user gets full of his furniture he just eats it without creating disposals. And start all over again with a different recipe.”
Unfortunately for those hoping to design tiny edible rooms for their Barbies, the mold appears to be a one off. Check out some additional photos after the break.
(Sapore Dei Mobili via MoCo Loco via Gizmodo)