Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature: This table and bench set was created by Jay Watson, a designer from Oxford, United Kingdom, who is “inspired by the thought that, often the shadows an object casts are of as much interest as the object itself”. Titled “Linger A Little Longer”, this project is “a deceptively understated design with a dynamic twist”.

This thermochromic furniture set by Jay Watson changes when exposed to warmth

Both the table and benches are covered in a thermochromic finish which responds to any source of heat on it, be it a mug, a plate or a human touch. Once the surface gets warm, it leaves an ephemeral mark behind in the shape of the heat source.

The artist wanted to showcase “how ‘precious’ we can become about the functionality of furniture” as well as comment on how oblivious we can sometimes be to the things we interact with and the effect we have.

Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature



Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature

Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature

Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature

Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature

Artist Creates A Table That Responds To Temperature