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It's curious how the mind can take something and run with it isn't it? There I was - gazing at the beautiful imperfections and tactile textures on our last post whilst my mind was busy deciding for me that creases are in fact - oh-so-beautiful-and-fascinating.
A few years ago, Cereal Magazine published and interview with Hara Kenya. Of course it is always fascinating to get some extra insight into the design thinking of such a maestro, but that's not what caught our attention.
Our coffee table is currently wrapped in thick layers of industrial bubble wrap, separated into 3 sections, and hidden under our bed and at the back of a wardrobe - safe and sound from our boisterous toddler. But that won't stop us taking inspiration from Jordan Bunker's "Coffee table reads" and sharing what is on our makeshift coffee table.
I caught myself gazing at the arbitrary items left on my work bench, side or even kitchen table. Curiously these elements of clutter looked so beautiful to me.