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Fixtures and Fittings from a Minimalist Japanese Architect

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 09, 2014 01:07 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Sep 08, 2014

Hardware and lighting junkies, this one's for you: simple, beautiful bespoke fixtures and fittings from Japanese architect Uno Tomoaki. His mission? "I'm in search of ordinary and unprecedented architecture," he says. See his portfolio at Uno . Steel Above: A raw steel wood burning stove. Above L: A steel sconce. Above R: A raw steel cabinet. Above: Elegant, minimal raw steel stairs. Above L: A hanging steel sconce. Above R: A steel door pull. Brass Above L: A custom light fixture. Above R: A graceful curtain rod. Above: An unlacquered brass towel bar. Above: Two views of an unlacquered brass handrail. Above: An unlacquered brass door handle. Above: Brass electrical plate covers. Fixtures and fittings, junkies, we're with you. For more of our finds, peruse our Hardware and Lighting archives, including:      •  Nautical Hardware for Home Use      •   The Ultimate Bathroom Hook        • Spanish-Style Registers and Grills       •  New Classic Lighting from Rubn of Sweden         • Outdoor Nautical Bulkhead Lighting   More Stories from Remodelista 5 Favorites: Marble Bath Shelves, High to Low Table of Contents: Minimalist Glamour Current Obsessions: A Minimalist Mood






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