Blobitecture, also known as 'blobism’, is a term given to a post-modern architectural style characterised by curved and rounded building shapes, or 'blob architecture'. Blobitecture buildings appear to have an organic form that is soft and free-flowing, yet comes together to produce a complex whole. Blobitecture is also a key component in the Y2K aesthetic.
Blobject is a type of design product, often a household object, distinguished by smooth flowing curves, bright colors, and an absence of sharp edges. The word is generally held to be a portmanteau, a contraction of "blob" and "object." The key difference between Blobitecture and Blobjects is that Blobitecture refers to buildings, interior design choices, and general architecture while Blobject tends to focus more on smaller-scale products that one can buy.