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Most of Uglycute’s furniture, while not in production in a traditional sense, has found its way to Kiosk at one time or another. Grifo once toyed with starting an in-house furniture label, and in 2008 Uglycute designed the first collection. “We gave Rich Brilliant Willing a Festool saw and router, and in exchange, they helped us produce these pieces at their space in the Lower East Side,” says Nobel. “In a week we made two tables, ten lamps, and a few stools in flat-pack, pre-routed chipboard. To assemble, you crack it along the perforations and fold it.”