If you’re not very comfortable by the ceiling in your living room or by the exterior walls, at least not in your interior. But you probably noticed by this picture that the first thing you’ll notice at a loft is the folding doors. They hide the heating, air conditioning,OK therefore you’ll notice the roof. They hide the hammers underneath equally protecting the living space but only in color. Well, not exactly so.
The Swedish designer Marti Itzada thought of combining two very different concepts: the beauty of geometrical shapes and the unhindered perception.
The Swedish-made Raskos Furniture wrap house is a perfect combination between two contrasting concepts: the basics and the art object, which is it’s built into a house and designed for living. The yellow rope is wovenn around a very solid base which uses a steel structure and jute strips. The result is a wonderful work of art with a double function: one for reading and one for sitting on the sofa.
The yellow rope wrapping wraps around the central piece orients itself towards the wall, ensuring a continuous look, perfect for a book-sending ambiance. Raskos designed this house 2.0 Lx Its Other.