Luke Caspar Pearson, Lost Facilities, ink and collage on paper, 29.7 cm x 42 cm.
Miyazaki Chair Workshop, Japan
An entire wall of cork board in a studio. I like it
Built in Singapore, the Willow House is an open and airy home designed to invite as much of the outdoors inside. Created by Guz Architects, the home rests atop a small hill and was built to capture as much of Singapore’s seldom wind and cross breeze as possible. To do this, the architects left the floor plan largely open and made sure to orient the house for the best exposure to the elements.
“In this project, 4M opted to balance the masculinity of industrial rawness, corrosion and rough surfacing, with the feminine touch of delicate lighting, smooth surfaces and earthy materials, to create what has resulted in a physical ruler-breaker, that reflects as much light as polished steel.”