Fast Company contributing writer Diana Budds presents some of the more wacky and head-scratching conceptual projects and designs featured at Milan Design Week that could be the future of your living room. These cutting edge designs morph over time or are made from 3D printed scraps, like the Hot Wire Extensions stools designed by Studio Ilio.
Other designs seek to give objects a "soul" and have them change over time along with lifestyles and rooms so owners never get bored with the product. Designers Brecht Duijf and Lenneke Langenhuijsen of the Amsterdam-based studio Belén created home products with vegetable based dyes that all react to UV rays differently. The colors of things like blankets and rugs will gradually change over time at different rates, creating an array of colors for different products around the home.
Continue reading to see the rest of Fast Company's selection of innovative design products from Milan Design Week.