Snuggle is a compromise between a pillow and a pet, designed by Joanna Grant of the architecture studio Bureau Spectacular.
Infinitely versatile as an oversized scarf or inner spoon, a Snuggle is meant to address the need for lumbar support or to offer a shoulder to lean on. Snuggle is meant to be twisted, knotted and configured into an assortment of ways to bring you comfort.
Snuggle when un-knotted measures 6 feet long x 5.5 inches diameter.
This piece was presented at the This x That pop-up at MOCA Store at the Geffen Contemporary, January 18 - March 19, 2018.
Joanna Grant received her M.Arch from Princeton University. In
2013, Grant became a member of Bureau Spectacular, assisting in
the winning proposal “Township of Domestic Parts” for the Taiwan pavilion for the 2014 Venice Biennale. In 2016, she rejoined
as a partner alongside Jimenez Lai to lead the design of
Bureau Spectacular’s 2017 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program
proposal, “Pool Party.” Before joining Bureau Spectacular, Grant
worked for architecture offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen for a diverse range of internationally renowned firms,
including the L.A. based firm, Johnston Marklee & Associates. She is currently a faculty member at University of Southern California