Paul Coudamy is a French architect whose work is a contemporary mash-up of inventiveness supplied by today’s technologies and materials. Paul’s ethos is to mix new technologies while diverting from their original use.
His latest masterpiece, aptly named Random Resurrection, is a table and chairs made up of furniture found on eBay. Paul’s designs are not only about making or re-purposing things to create new ones but to question and disrupt the original form of an object. How could you take this principle say into food, drink or finance?