Postcard from all over the world

Every object, however immobile, has a vocation for travel. And if it did, perhaps it would send architectural postcards from the places where it found full expression—no matter its nature. The most extreme minimalism can nestle among the arabesques and rose petals of a Moroccan hammam, or in the shade of a Moorish arched portico, in the heart of the desert. Nordic-inspired vases and sculptures can find a home in Namibia where they can act as a counterpoint to the softness of spatial volumes.

On another continent, further east, urban seats and lamps show off their camouflage ability between Zen patterns and textures as delicate as rice paper. Every landscape is imbued with understated elegance, as comforting as a tea bag.


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