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mmshckly:

Philip Johnson Glass House, New Caanan, CT
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disporum:

Ariele Alasko | Nicole Franzen by Nicole Franzen Photography on Flickr.
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nuevodisco:

Cafe Bird
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bonjourcecile:

How did TRUCK come about?We opened TRUCK in January 1997. I just had a workshop before that and had been making furniture for five years. The workshop was in a suburban area surrounded by fields with not many people. I met my partner, Hiromi Karatsu, and we wanted to show the things we made. I lined up chairs that I made in front of the workshop so people could see them as they walked by, thinking it would be nice if they asked me to make a chair for them. We found an old building in a town called Tamatsukuri in Osaka and renovated the second floor on our own from scratch so that we could live there. On the first floor, we put machines in the back so that we could make furniture, and we opened a store.
Did you have a specific concept in mind for TRUCK? I never thought about concept. I just make what I want. That’s it. But it becomes merchandise that people purchase, so I make sure everything is right, high-quality and honest. I want people to enjoy and use it as long as possible. To do so, I do my best so I can be satisfied and pass it on to our customers.
Do you feel your furniture has a distinct style?I make it a point to not think in terms of certain styles. With each of our furniture models, I aspire toward practicality, simplicity and ease of use. Each piece is built to last a lifetime and beyond, developing deeper character through natural wear from years and decades of use.
truck-furniture.co.jp
bonjourcecile:

How did TRUCK come about?We opened TRUCK in January 1997. I just had a workshop before that and had been making furniture for five years. The workshop was in a suburban area surrounded by fields with not many people. I met my partner, Hiromi Karatsu, and we wanted to show the things we made. I lined up chairs that I made in front of the workshop so people could see them as they walked by, thinking it would be nice if they asked me to make a chair for them. We found an old building in a town called Tamatsukuri in Osaka and renovated the second floor on our own from scratch so that we could live there. On the first floor, we put machines in the back so that we could make furniture, and we opened a store.
Did you have a specific concept in mind for TRUCK? I never thought about concept. I just make what I want. That’s it. But it becomes merchandise that people purchase, so I make sure everything is right, high-quality and honest. I want people to enjoy and use it as long as possible. To do so, I do my best so I can be satisfied and pass it on to our customers.
Do you feel your furniture has a distinct style?I make it a point to not think in terms of certain styles. With each of our furniture models, I aspire toward practicality, simplicity and ease of use. Each piece is built to last a lifetime and beyond, developing deeper character through natural wear from years and decades of use.
truck-furniture.co.jp
bonjourcecile:

How did TRUCK come about?We opened TRUCK in January 1997. I just had a workshop before that and had been making furniture for five years. The workshop was in a suburban area surrounded by fields with not many people. I met my partner, Hiromi Karatsu, and we wanted to show the things we made. I lined up chairs that I made in front of the workshop so people could see them as they walked by, thinking it would be nice if they asked me to make a chair for them. We found an old building in a town called Tamatsukuri in Osaka and renovated the second floor on our own from scratch so that we could live there. On the first floor, we put machines in the back so that we could make furniture, and we opened a store.
Did you have a specific concept in mind for TRUCK? I never thought about concept. I just make what I want. That’s it. But it becomes merchandise that people purchase, so I make sure everything is right, high-quality and honest. I want people to enjoy and use it as long as possible. To do so, I do my best so I can be satisfied and pass it on to our customers.
Do you feel your furniture has a distinct style?I make it a point to not think in terms of certain styles. With each of our furniture models, I aspire toward practicality, simplicity and ease of use. Each piece is built to last a lifetime and beyond, developing deeper character through natural wear from years and decades of use.
truck-furniture.co.jp
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nicholashaggard:

toc and haromi’s living room
truck furniture osaka
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justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
justinchungphotography:

Faculty Department 
The website is now live! Please visit at facultydept.com.Over the past year, I have working on this site with Vince and Alvin from Studio Faculty in Vancouver. The website includes a few preview photography essays from the book, as well as more information about the project.The book is now open for pre-orders. I can’t wait to share more as the book design progresses.
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justinchungphotography:

TRUCK Furniture. Osaka, Japan.
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paris2london:

(via Tommy Ton Takes New York - Gallery Slide 56)