When interact with objects we leave behind marks of our body, we modify the shape of materiality without noticing. Each person interacting with an object is also interfering with the imprint of a previous user.
Memory Form embodies a study for a new king of upholstery material that would enhance this phenomenon to the eyes of the user in a playful way. It is a search for a universal low-fi interface that would react to each touch, amplifying the input.
To achieve this seat was initially made with rolls of DIY plasticine that melts at a lower point with respect to the store-bought one.
The rolls are placed in a stripy pattern that resonates with the graphical structure of the chair.
As each user sits on the chair the heat and pressure modify the shape of the seat, making the lines dissolve into organic shapes.
Sit on it and shake your bum!