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Tag Archives: Japan
The world of interior design is usually divided into two spheres: residential and commercial. The commercial side typically encompasses institutional, healthcare, government, hospitality, corporate and retail design. Compared to residential designs where you focus on individual or family’s needs, commercial … Continue reading
Sometimes in life the smallest and most insignificant things can make you stop, ponder and smile. Those with pets or children are exposed to plenty such opportunities. But we designers are particularly lucky, as we’re trained (and occasionally paid) to … Continue reading
For those of you who’ve had the somewhat rare chance to eat it, no further explanation is needed and hopefully these pictures (scroll down to the end) will evoke some blissful memories. For those who’ve never experienced Kaiseki in its true form, you … Continue reading
Walk through any major Japanese city and you stumble across some pretty interesting, diverse and sometimes conflicting architectural styles. Not blessed with infinite space to build, they’ve found ways to put completely modern structures right next to thousand year old … Continue reading