15 Spaces Structured by Furniture
A Guy, his Bulldog, a Vegetable Garden, and the Home they Share / HUSOS. Image: © José Hevia
As walls and slabs, furniture may delimit and define a space. However, opposite to constructive elements, which distinguish the rooms in a more permanent way,
furniture may create useful boundaries between one space and another in an easily adaptable way.
Check out 15 projects that use furniture as a defining element of the spaces below.
Commercial Kki Sweets and The Little Drom Store / PRODUCE WORKSHOP. Image: © Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography Adaptable Sneaker Boutique / UP. Image: © Carlton Beener Zhongshuge Minhang Store / X+Living. Image: © Feng Shao Mercado Roma / Rojkind Arquitectos. Image: © Jaime Navarro Educational Porto Educação / numa arquitetos. numa arquitetos Courtesy Lishin Elementary School Library / TALI DESIGN. Image: © Hey! Cheese WeGrow / BIG. Image: © Laurian Ghinitoiu Carnegie Mellon University Sorrells Library Renovation / GBBN. Image: © Ed Massery Offices William Grant & Sons Ideation Space / Design Plus. Image: © Vibhor Yadav Pocket Living Workspace / Threefold Architects. Image: © Charles Hosea Photography Senior Labs / Studio Alencar. Image: © Alexandre Zelinski Residential RA Apartment / Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos. Image: © Ricardo Bassetti A Guy, his Bulldog, a Vegetable Garden, and the Home they Share / HUSOS. Image: © José Hevia Writer's Block / CHACOL. Image: © Edward Duarte PENTHOUSE / P-M-A-A. Image: © José Hevia