The doll’s house effect
by Markus Hieke | 7/23/2019
A home from home: How Lindley Lindenberg’s hotel in Frankfurt’s Osthafen bridges the divide between the city and its visitors.
Strength through clarity. The puristic shapes of the KAEDE tray call to mind the minimalism of Japanese design. The frame comprises two sections made from a special, multi-layered 3D veneer and formed into arcs. It is the points of contact between the two arcs that give the tray its character. This creation is an interesting demonstration of how the natural properties of a material can enrich a design with fascinating details. KAEDE is available in bleached, varnished maple or natural oiled walnut, and comes in two sizes. A functional interior accessory of captivating natural beauty.
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