Kyoto for Zilenzio

 
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"As it’s name suggests, Kyoto’s inspiration comes from the land of quiet contemplation, particularly the beauty of its tearooms. 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."

Last week Stockholm-based Note Design Studio has published the images from the photoshoot at Kinfolk gallery for the launch of their Kyoto mini architecture system,  a series designed for Swedish brand Zilenzio. 

The fact that our interior spaces are ever changing nowadays, inspired Note Design to create Kyoto into a modular system that is very simple to use and to set up. Magnets keep things together so that a well-insulated space can be put together and set upright in seconds.  The beautiful divider is covered with fabric of Kvadrat textiles and besides the fact that it's a perfect way to change your room temporarily,   it really looks stunning dont you think so? 

- Elvera - 

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 photos by Enok Holsegaard.

photos by Enok Holsegaard.