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Japanese architects Geneto have completed a house in Tokyo dominated by plywood structures that form furniture and room divisions.
We have gathered a selection of homey and inspiring interiors by West Chin.
Designed and created by Latvian designer Rolands Landsbergs, the Boxetti Collectionis comprised of five separate modules, each driven by three basic design principles – functionality, advanced technologies and the ‘contemporary aesthetics of minimalism.
SKiN is a seating system by French architect Jean Nouvel that won the best of the best title at the 2008 Red Dot Design Awards.
California interior designer Kristina Urbana Spencer used her own small home to prove the point that an eco-friendly house can score in the looks department too.
VitraHaus, a German furniture manufacturing company had architects Herzog and de Meuron design a house with many large openings for the presentation of their collection.
The Clothes Hanger Lamp is a cool hanger with an 11 watt compact fluorescent light bulb that makes your clothes glow when they are hung from it.
IKEA always comes up with some brilliant ideas for their marketing programme. The latest involved displaying their furniture collections in 4 important metro stations in Paris, giving potential customers a chance to try out the furniture without having to step into the store.
If you can't hide it, why not make a distinct feature out of it? We show you an example.