For those getting-out-of-bed-but-not-really days, the creative minds at Oradoria Design have created the perfect place to snuggle up. Behold the Blandito — a blanket-meets-taco-meets-futon that looks like a whole lot of fun for the whole family. The soft, structure-free, transformable piece can be affixed in various shapes using natural wooden ball hooks. One day it’s a cuddle-extender, another it’s a kids’ play mat, and another it’s a binge-TV HQ. The only drawback we can think of is that being rolled up in a giant taco might make you crave the entire menu at your local food truck.
Oradaria design is the Florence-based experimental design group of Ilaria Pacini, Arianna Petrakis and Gloria Pizzilli, who “love to collect fragments of normality, portions of daily routine to disassemble and reform, putting up a personal and new representation of every day life.” Design as point of view and the unexpected as beauty are the key factors of Oradaria’s formula.
You can buy the beautiful and unexpected Blandito here.
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Images via C. Sintermann and Oradario Design