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A multifunctional house…

The Sugimoto house was made in the 18th century. But it looks like it could have been constructed yesterday. The open, modular space. The duality of functions in a room… In the west this idea would first be introduced by … Continue reading

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The zig-zag chair…

When we visited the new Centraal Museum in Utrecht a few weeks ago. we had a chance to try a couple of ‘zig-zag’ chairs after Gerrit Rietveld. As she sat down Sandra said jokingly: “Well, this is comfortable, can you make one of … Continue reading

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It’s a WOODEN Chair…

It’s probably one of the most (in)famous pieces of furniture we know. The so called ‘Red-Blue-Chair’, by Gerrit Rietveld. A design classic, a sort of 3D Mondrian in itself. Famous for its modern looks and as a break with design tradition. … Continue reading

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