Loveseats, also referred to as 2-seater sofas, have made a big comeback recently. They have been interpreted by designers in different ways. Portuguese furniture brand Paulo Antunes has kept the concept classical but added a twist in the shape. Two Lovers has sturdy metal legs comprised of three circular elements. It has a simple look that does not overwhelm spaces but complements décor beautifully. No matter where it is positioned, it becomes an instant conversation piece.
Drawing inspiration from ultra-modern design, this gorgeous sideboard by Paulo Antunes makes a perfect fit for your dining room. Its statement feature is its unique pattern of feathered wood grain. Its copper legs add a modern touch and make it suitable for both traditional and contemporary homes. Lola has a vintage-inspired shape but is modernized by its versatility. Its low legs allow it to function both as a buffet and a sideboard. You can even use it as an entertainment center.
House Housing, “An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate in Nineteen Episodes”, was recently exhibited at Columbia University’s Casa Muraro in Venice. Staged as an “open house”, the exhibition responded unsolicited to Rem Koolhaas’s call to exhibitors at the 2014 Venice Biennale to focus on Fundamentals by exploring housing in nineteen “discrete episodes.” In narrating these episodes, brought together from across the last one hundred years in a mixture of domestic media, the exhibition brought together a collection of excerpts from global processes.