Rita’s Living Room – Montréal, Québec

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This studio from Montréal, is absolutely dripping with talent, and seem to have a very deep well of bright ideas (read, loads of more posts on their work coming to the CDR). Their exhibit, Rita’s Living Room is a perfect commentary on what we consider good design, and what design even is anymore.

The studio created a faux archetypal Québec living room. A replica packed with the grab bag of influences that most people live, and decorate their homes with. Completely free of the styles and trends that swamp the trendy magazines and design press, this space is about the real world of non-design, and symbolizes the freedom and absence of “good design” that makes these “real” spaces homey and modest.

 

 

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