Japanese master architect and master of the wooden slats, Kengo Kuma.
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Scandinavian building and design traditions are based solidly on the use of wood. Finnish modernist master, architect Alvar Aalto, stunned the world with Living Wood, his design for the Finnish Pavilion for the Paris World Exposition in 1937. In the pavilion, he combined both traditional and modern architecture and showcased his functionalist design sensibilities. It was considered one of the boldest and most innovative pavilions of the Expo.
Architect Alvar Aalto "Living Wood" design for the Finnish Pavilion for the Paris World Exposition in 1937
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Arro Home | The Design Files
“We were married in the Mesa Arizona Temple so I wanted a large poster of it at the entrance to our home. I eventually fell in love with this vintage photo of the temple I saw on Little Green Notebook. One of the first things we bought for our new home was the sofa. Our house was almost empty and I had just had our second son. When I was released from the hospital, we drove to the store to look at the sofa in person and they happened to be having a huge sale. "
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