The city elevation of the Sir Paul Reeves Building is layered to create a welcoming gesture onto the campus, photo: Simon Devitt

The city elevation of the Sir Paul Reeves Building is layered to create a welcoming gesture onto the campus, photo: Simon Devitt

A landmark building by Jasmax marks a paradigm shift in student-centric space. (Text by Andrea Stevens)

 

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‘Dice’ furniture by Torafu Architects (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.08.2014 - Tagged as: ,

'Dice' furniture by Torafu Architects, photo: Yosuke Owashi

‘Dice’ furniture by Torafu Architects, photo: Yosuke Owashi

Multiple resting positions for ‘Dice’ furniture by Japan’s Torafu Architects, produces three different functions, a desk, a stool, or a side shelf. The name comes from the act of rolling it over, like a dice.

 

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