Anyone who has spent a day wondering around an art museum knows by the end of the visit your dogs (feet) are barking for a rest. We visited the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York City recently and tried in vain to score a much coveted seat in the modern art section but ended up far from the action all the way over in the Cypriot exhibit (what the heck is a Cypriot anyway?). That’s why we think Dutch designer Egbert-Jan Trijnis Lam’s Plano wall seating art could be the art oasis weary walkers have been waiting for. Each work of art features “hidden” flaps that unfold to become small seats.
Now that is what we call functional art! You can see more of Lam’s designs by visiting his company website Burojet.