The interior of the shed features two walls completely covered in corkboard, which is where the designers post samples, inspiration objects, sketches, and ephemera. In the upper left-hand corner is a “bird” made from the relic of a mold malfunction. “The beak part is normal, but the bird’s head exploded out of a break in the mold,” Aparicio says. Adds Wanless: “We often have failures with the mold exploding. It’s very lovely when it happens, though—it does something weird where it liquefies because of the pressure and you can see the granules extruding themselves.”
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The interior of the shed features two walls completely covered in corkboard, which is where the designers post samples, inspiration objects, sketches, and ephemera. In the upper left-hand corner is a “bird” made from the relic of a mold malfunction. “The beak part is normal, but the bird’s head exploded out of a break in the mold,” Aparicio says. Adds Wanless: “We often have failures with the mold exploding. It’s very lovely when it happens, though—it does something weird where it liquefies because of the pressure and you can see the granules extruding themselves.”