Fredrik Larsson

Fredrik Larsson

Oslo / Architect. Oslo. Everything is about lines and curves.
Fredrik Larsson
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Created by designer Yukio Hashimoto. The pieces are hand crafted using the traditional Japanese craft technique of "wappa" or wood bending. Wooden boards are bent in hot water, creating beautiful curves

Created by designer Yukio Hashimoto. The pieces are hand crafted using the traditional Japanese craft technique of "wappa" or wood bending. Wooden boards are bent in hot water, creating beautiful curves

Great wooden toy ideas! I'd rather have wood toys scattered around our home than plastic!

Great wooden toy ideas! I'd rather have wood toys scattered around our home than plastic!

Armani 5th av store in NYC by Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas (photo by Matthias Haker) _

Armani 5th av store in NYC by Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas (photo by Matthias Haker) _

Within this magnificent house, built for the Belgian industrialist Baron Empain, is a set of beautiful wooden spiral stairs that weave through the center of the house.

Within this magnificent house, built for the Belgian industrialist Baron Empain, is a set of beautiful wooden spiral stairs that weave through the center of the house.

"This spiral staircase appears to lead to nowhere as it was installed as a part of Milan's exposition aimed to show that decor objects can be artworks.The 'Rolling', designed by Roberto Semprini for Edilco, draws inspiration from the ergonomic forms of natural rocks smoothed by water. The stairs look like giant river stones, but they are actually concrete blocks polished to perfection."

"This spiral staircase appears to lead to nowhere as it was installed as a part of Milan's exposition aimed to show that decor objects can be artworks.The 'Rolling', designed by Roberto Semprini for Edilco, draws inspiration from the ergonomic forms of natural rocks smoothed by water. The stairs look like giant river stones, but they are actually concrete blocks polished to perfection."