Japanese design

Clean lines and soothing colors -- what's not to love?
Paolo Cappello, a multiplatform Italian designer, recently positioned himself in this limbo space. Intending to pay homage
Harmonica Yokocho is a special street, beyond even its wondrous name. The narrow alleyway in the stylish Tokyo suburb of
Inspired by Japanese homes, the architects not only made the bathroom the center of the living space, but he copied the concept of Shoji "paper" panels. They don't simply view the doors as dividers, but as a way to change their clients' perspective on their home.
Japanese design, although informed by a unique sensibility, is not all the same. Issey Miyake is as bold and original as