While I typically focus on the geospatial, this is an excellent example of (non-geo) spatial thinking. The design in this furniture reminds me of the work of urban planners--mixed use areas to satisfy the needs of many populations.
Restoration Hardware's Royal Master Sealight Floor Lamp:A reproduction of a 19th-century British marine light used to transmit Morse code, our sealight evokes both grand ocean liners and Old Hollywood.
the artist's traditional chinese furniture techniques combined with modern day design practices executed in humble materials, result in a framework which aims to maintain the history of his native china while addressing its rapid progression into...
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