Typo is an interactive furniture piece designed by Dante Testolini for the 2015 Vellum Furniture Competition at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. It’s designed to be disassembled and reconfigured. It’s a framework for creative interaction – a tool designed to be played with. Since it has no clearly defined use, it can’t be misused.
The project is part of a year-long thesis exploration of the potential of architecture to respond to bottom-up participation.