As much sculptors of space and curators of experience as they are architects, the partners of San Francisco's Aidlin Darling Design create emotionally evocative residences that appeal to more than just the eye.
Instead of relying on plasterboard that would be too costly, architect Davor Popadich chose to use plywood to line his New Zealand home's interior. In addition to being cost effective, the plywood highlights the builders' craftsmanship.
Bristol sofa and pouf, Home Hotel Collection coffee table and console in black elm. Quid composition with lacquered floor-standing storage unit and hanging shelf in black elm with piombo mat lacquered open compartments