Stonescape showroom in Bologna by kengo kuma and associates
It's not like I don't want to do this, it's just that I usually don't. Having a blog and having no editor or really anyone who does anything for Living A World other than yours truly, makes it hard for me to be subjective. I find it pretty easy to write about things that are elaborations on the thoughts that go around and around in my head, or talk about the food I've just eaten, or some holiday. But talking about design, architecture or anything creative - seems difficult. It's like…
A large marble monolith divides the living room from the kitchen and houses attractive brass-finished shelves. The television is hardly noticeable in its glossy niche, a nice way to integrate technology without resorting to mechanical obfuscation techniques.