You know and love Vitra for its designer furniture and Girard Dolls; here’s their take on the modern office. They call it the ‘Citizen Office’, a concept that encourages occupants to work using a range of postures and to move within the office as much as possible. In the Citizen Office, employees decide the appropriate work style, posture and place to suit each activity.
This glass sink and counter top combo from Exence epitomized minimalism. Storage, faucet and plumbing are hidden to the side, putting all the focus on the curvy glass, where it should be. Wanna read more about it? Visit dornob.
The designer of these shelves considered the lateral forces that affect the construction of a typical bookcase. He or she concluded that the majority of a standard bookcase’s structure was dedicated to resisting those lateral forces.
As an alternative to all that structural bulk, the maker decided to attach the back of the shelves to the wall and suspend their fronts from the ceiling via cable*, which solved the lateral forces conundrum. The prototype was made out of MDF and 3/16″ metal cable and came to about $35 in materials. Continue Reading
These apartment interiors by Ozhan Hazirlar are so perfect, they almost look fake. Which is probably why I like them. Bright, minimal, linear. Doesn’t get much better than that. Note the repeat of the curvy lozenge (and half-lozenge) shape from room to room. Via.
The collection takes up a scant 43 square feet and includes: a book shelf a double bed a sofa or corner sofa a dinner table or sofa table four stools seating for 12 home office space a wardrobe cleaning products box drawer for small clothing articles folder storage