Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
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Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
(via subtilitas:) Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
(via subtilitas:) Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
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Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan

Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,

photos: Koichi Torimura

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The Library Loft - Paris, France

From Apartment Therapy:

Véronique has exceptionally high ceilings in her house in the 15th arrondissement. So she and her husband decided to take advantage and go vertical, building a suspended library high in the sky above their spacious living room…

Now what would have been dead space is a book loft, accessible by ladder, high up enough so that it doesn’t loom. If you have the ceilings, it’s a smart solution for housing a substantial collection of books without visual clutter on the ground.

Click here to see more photos of The Library Loft!

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Left-Over-Space
Queensland, Australia
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Queensland, Australia
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Queensland, Australia
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Queensland, Australia
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Left-Over-Space

Queensland, Australia

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AUTORI - House A, renovation of a 1925 house, Mokrin 2012  Via
photos: Mina Piščević
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photos: Mina Piščević
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AUTORI - House A, renovation of a 1925 house, Mokrin 2012  Via

photos: Mina Piščević

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Frame of Unryuu-in temple (by Marser)

Kyoto, Japan

Two Weeks In Umbria

Castellaro, Niccone Valley, Italy

Nothing lasts, Nothing is finished and Nothing is perfect ….

Wabi Sabi article by Ari Signes at Dzine Trip magazine

Axel Vervoordt Interiors

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