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Float House floatation center by OMB, Vancouver   Canada wellness fitness The entry is highlighted by a 17 foot tall screen of birch plywood hexagons woven with colorful hemp twine. omb created the branding for Float house in tandem with designing the space, which has created a strong, holistic identity for the business overall.

Float House is the first floatation center in Vancouver, and one of the largest in the world. The space is comprised of a clean, modern retail and reception space and five float rooms which house the floatation tanks.

office of mcfarlane biggar architects + designers, Vancouver, Float House

Office of McFarlane Biggar (omb) designed the FloatHouse, a floatation center in Vancouver, Canada, that welcomes you into the space with a 17 foot tall screen made from birchwood hexagons woven with colourful hemp twine.

Nendo, Seven doors, Abe Kogyo. Kumiko. A door that applies kumiko, a technique of assembling wooden interior lattices without nails, most often used in creating door fixtures for traditional Japanese tatami rooms.  The kumiko gradually blends into the plain portion of the door.

Nendo presented during Milan Design Week the new door collection Seven doors, developed for the Japanese wooden door manufacturer Abe Kogyo.

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Inhouse's Ship-Shape Office For Ad Agency Ninety9Cents

Inhouse's Ship-Shape Office For Ad Agency Ninety9Cents

Floor to desk detail offices by Inhouse Brand Architects feature a waiting room inside a shipping container