The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kamprani’s Collection Of Deliberately Impractical Everyday Objects

Katerina Kamprani is an Athens-based architect and 3D modeller who has created a series of impractical everyday objects called ‘The Uncomfortable’.
Katerina Kamprani: ‘This project started after I failed to finish my studies in industrial design around 2011 and it has continued to grow ever since. My goal is to deconstruct the invisible design language of simple everyday objects and tweak their fundamental properties in order to surprise you and make you laugh. But also to help you appreciate the complexity and depth of interactions with the simplest of objects around us. As a poor designer I have started the project by making conceptual 3D visualizations, but recently I have decided to spend all my savings to produce prototypes, because what would the world be if there were no Uncomfortable objects out there?’.

The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kampranis collection of deliberately impractical everyday objects
The Uncomfortable Water Can
The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kampranis collection of deliberately impractical everyday objects
Chain Fork
The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kampranis collection of deliberately impractical everyday objects
The Uncomfortable Broom
The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kampranis collection of deliberately impractical everyday objects
The Uncomfortable Key
The Uncomfortable: Katerina Kampranis collection of deliberately impractical everyday objects
The Uncomfortable Mug

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