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  • 110 pages 
  • 196mm x 128mm 
  • Published in London 

The final issue of a decade-long editorial project, Dirty Furniture heads to bed with a collection of design-based stories focusing on sleep, sex, productivity, and other tales from the bedroom. We love Dirty Furniture and this is a fitting finale to a brilliantly playful and insightful magazine.

In this issue:


  • How Frasier could help you to sleep
  • William Brouwer, inventor of the convertible futon bed
  • Puffer jackets as duvets for the street
  • A visual tour of avant-garde beds
  • And how ‘nearables’ are tracking sleep to make users more productive
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