ParedesPino Arquitectos sent us some photos and information regarding a creative project they recently designed. Here is the press release we were sent:” redo-me? is the result of a precise and innovative design that responds to an existing need: the variability and transformability of furniture over its lifetime with the same pieces. The system consists of three different pieces, grouped in S, M or L kits, that can be mounted in many different configurations. Parts are assembled without any glue, using a extensible rod system that allows any number of mounting and dismounting cycles.
A convertible furniture that can be expanded, divided, extended or reconfigured. Just sort the pieces in a different way to get a new piece of furniture. A furniture system that fits your needs, produced in transparent or translucent Plexiglas and birch plywood finished with high pressure laminates. Redo-me? is composed of versatile pieces that offer endless possibilities. Many are already listed on the website of the product, but there are many others yet to discover. It is therefore an open project, which encourages its users to discover new mounting configurations”. Take a look at the video below for more assembling ideas and tell us if you find this project as appealing as we do.
Sunken living rooms were all the rage in the 60s and 70s, but they can still be just as comfy and stylish in the aughts. With so many of us opting for open plan spaces these days, creating a casual but defined “conversation pit” is a fun way to break up your living room into manageable zones. Read on for some of our favorite inspiration rooms featuring cozy sunken living areas that we’d love to nestle up in.
And who says recessed living areas need to be indoors? Your outdoor space can benefit just as much from sunken seating, as evidenced by this elegant, stone-lined patio by Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes. And for one final dose of sunken living room eye candy, feast your eyes on this over-the-top living area by Chris Barrett Designs. The former estate of Johnny Carson features giant windows overlooking a cliff in Malibu, so it’s no wonder a safe and plush sunken sofa was added to ground the space.