Western Living Magazine
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Things are looking up (finally).
Design is becoming more enfolding. we're seeing a hopeful embrace in larger architectural structures, such as one architect's proposal for a repurposed soccer stadium planted with 35,000 trees. It's a way of stirring senses and memories, whether through spheres of light (Artemide's Castore) that evoke the playful and youthful joy of blowing soap bubbles or the swoop of a sofa (Ligne Roset's Pukka) that's like a warm claspa kind of softened minimalism that's zoomorphic and womb-like. Think plump and playful… something we could all use a bit more of these days.
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