Thermochromic furniture! It’s painted black with a special type of paint that responds to heat to show the original color of the wood underneath.
“Rollercoaster” Occupies a Square in Beijing
Architect Adolf Loos believed that truly modern architecture should have furniture integrated with its walls. In several of his buildings, bare benches, cushioned seating areas and sets of drawers emerge seamlessly from the interior architecture. In blurring the line between walls and furniture, Loos opened up his buildings for free interpretation, allowing walls and objects to take on double meanings and function in manifold ways.