There is much to admire in Kapsimalis Architects’ deft update of a late-19th century Greek villa on the isle of Sikinos (see A New Perception of Space and Identity). But it took an eagle-eyed reader to note and inquire about the little round coffee table in the living room. Here’s the scoop on an eminently useful—and richly colored—minimalist design.
Terence Conran discovered Schofield when he was a rising star, and Schofield has frequently collaborated with The Conran Shop, which describes his work as “distilled to achieve a clean, precise, and poetic aesthetic.”
For more Remodelista Reconnaissance, see:
- Remodelista Reconnaissance: The Ideal Ceramic Coffee Cups, Sans Handle
- Remodelista Reconnaissance: The Endless Appeal of Silver-Tipped Lightbulbs
- Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Bright Brazilian Chair in a Minimal Escape
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