In the selected paintings, Maki Na Kamura traces a connection to Jean-Francois Millet, who tried to remove the content from classical landscapes.
A design that satisfies the geometric and abstract desire continuity with the modern movement of the Catalan. Large windows overlooking the Mediterranean and travertine cut to emphasize the grain, relate visually the interior with natural habitat surrounding the house. Developed for four hundred and fifty square meters on two levels, there are spaces like the pool where the horizon line coincides with the sea or a botanical garden hidden among the rock walls and windows of the house.
Kitchen, dining room and living room space is joining a size of about 70 square meters. One of the few new home purchases with a large sofa that can accommodate the whole family.
This hand tufted wool relief designed by Daniel Hechter is part of the newest carpet collection of the French manufacturer Toulemonde Bachart. The crystalline surface is composed of different shades of gray which slightly change depending on the light incidence.
Thus came the “Star collection”, from the name of the new area where the French Institute of Turkey in Ankara was moving to. It consists of fifteen elements like a stool, a bat stool, a coffee table, a large table, two bars, a welcoming desk, two shelves and five exhibition stands for the library. They are painted in grey nuances except for the main elements (bar-desk and cashier) which are recognizable from their black colour.