Another fascinating episode from In Residence from NOWNESS as we go inside the ultra-thin home of architect Luke Tozer. Wedged in between two townhouses, the site of a former 8 foot alleyway in Bayswater, West London, the award-winning Gap house takes its cue from residences in Tokyo and Amsterdam where creative solutions to limited space are the norm. Flooded with light, the four-storey, eco-friendly home opens up at the rear of the property, cleverly exploiting the vertical space. A film by Max Hemmings, press play.
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"Festival of Life"
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Republished for 2017
First released in 1976, Salvador Dalí’s little-known wine bible receives a modern refresh by Taschen books this holiday season. Featuring rare…Read More
The craft of leather lacquering
visvim® continues to advocate seemingly lost and obscure traditional crafts by providing in-depth looks into the process of its own…Read More
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