Kyoto : An Architectural Microcosm by Note Design Studio
“We at Note refers to Kyoto as an architectural microcosm, an open constellation of interior architecture.”
- Note Design Studio
Kyoto leaves the possibility for interior spaces to be ever-changing, less permanent. It divides and allows for a reorganization of functional space through modularity. Kyoto was created as a solution. It aims to provide the function of a closed physical space, with none of the permanence. The modular system is blissfully simple to use and set up so that a quiet space can be created in seconds.
As its name suggests, the inspiration for Kyoto comes from the land of quiet contemplation. With its simple form and texture, the collection is reminiscent of the city's tearooms and thus implements a soothing atmosphere. In these special places, the construction of the architecture and clarity of line and form are gently harmonious. Nothing is superfluous, everything serves a clear function without getting in the way of personal interaction.
Photo on white by Mathias Nero
Photo at Kinfolk Gallery by Enok Holsegaard
Styling at Kinfolk Gallery by Sofie Brunner