Lanza Atelier fills Re-Source exhibition with demountable furniture for visitors to take home

Architecture studio Lanza Atelier has lined an art exhibition in New York with plywood tables and stools in varying sizes, which can be disassembled, flat-packed and distributed among visitors at the end of the show.

The design for the Re-Source exhibition encompasses 56 pieces of furniture that are lined up to fill the triangular floorplan of the Storefront for Art and Architecture gallery in SoHo.

Lanza Atelier filled the Re-Source exhibition with dismountable tables and stools

These are used to display 26 works from emerging architects and designers, composed entirely from leftover materials found in Storefront’s storage spaces.

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