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Minimalist Japanese design at its best. Kana Nakanishi‘s wonderful W1200xD380xH480 Finnish birch wood bench.

Bug Collection is a minimalist design created by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada, debuting at Salone del Mobile. The Bug collection aims to. Italian Bedroom Furniture, Bathroom Furniture, Home Furniture, Furniture Design, Furniture Buyers, Furniture Stores, Cheap Furniture, Luxury Furniture, Wireframe Design

Bug Collection

Bug Collection is a minimalist design created by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada, debuting at Salone del Mobile. The Bug collection aims to create a deeper connection between the bathroom area and the rest of the home by revisiting furniture typologies. The designers wanted to use a natural material that could co-habit with the moist atmosphere of the space.

Loïc Bard and Nicolas Granger: The Funambule Chair — Thisispaper — What we save, saves us. Industrial Design Furniture, Furniture Design, Chaise Chair, Design Museum, Wishbone Chair, Comfort Zone, Interior Design, Wood, Inspiration

Loïc Bard and Nicolas Granger: The Funambule Chair — Thisispaper — What we save, saves us.

Japans Minimalist Version of Lego Is Actually Awesome - Architecture firm Kengo Kuma and Associates made them and they look like bent popsicle sticks. The post Japans Minimalist Version of Lego Is Actually Awesome appeared first on WIRED. Kengo Kuma, Tokyo Architecture, Architecture Panel, Conceptual Architecture, Drawing Architecture, Architecture Portfolio, Architecture Design, Lego Design, Lego Wallpaper

A Japanese Architect’s Spin on LEGO

Building blocks are often kids' first introduction to architecture. But in the real world, triangles are the strongest and simplest shapes. That's why Tokyo architecture firm Kengo Kuma and Associates designed Tsumiki, a set of non-traditional building "blocks" that can create more intricate forms.