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Beijing’s recent challenges with air pollution inspired Penda to conceive a living, breathing space for a local cafe to call home. Repurposed steel shelves, painted black and formed into modular cubic storage systems, define the cafe’s interior and provide nearly limitless design flexibility. A wide assortment of books and small vegetation line the shelves, setting a comfortable, relaxing, and intellectually stimulating atmosphere. #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #china…

Wooden box shelves and planters populate the gridded metal framework installed around the perimeter of this cafe in Beijing by design collective Penda (+ slideshow). Penda – who recently spoke to Dez

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A home library is not exactly a common feature but let’s not take things so literally. Don’t necessarily think of the home library as a separate room dedicated entirely to books and reading.