Shun*Shoku Lounge completed by Kengo Kuma and Associates in Tokyo, Japan. Lead architect Kengo Kuma Related Stuff: Practical House Layout in Japan 55 Stunning Christmas Window Décor Ideas 5 Ways To Use Under Stairs Space Working And Living Space
The classic Stingray chair designed by Thomas Pedersen for Fredericia is now available in two new editions, matt white and matt dark grey. The chair merges a rocking chair and a footstool, as you can use it in countless upright … Continue reading →
Charles Moore House, Opium Den - How do unique and layering forms make a Place? Is it the fact that it is not a standard "universal" box? Do the changing levels and layers make it more habitable and give the occupant a greater connection to the space?
Even the most stylish of homes needs storage options. The sofa table that runs along the back of the section sofa is a place to set drinks and store books, making sure that “behind the couch” area isn’t wasted.
Nishi building by March Studio The hotel's reception area leads through to the bar. In both of these spaces, concrete beams were used to create stacked tables and surfaces. They also extend outside to create a seating area.