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Kenchikukagu by Atelier OPA

In order to greater serve the increasingly popular concept of Skeleton Infill (SI) housing (a concept in which the skeleton of the house is preserved while the insides change) in Japan, Atelier OPA has designed a series of collapsible work, sleep and eat stations. The first marketed product from the kenchikukagu series is the work station, which has recently become available on Amazon Japan for um… 800,000 yen.


(images courtesy of Atelier OPA)

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1 Mobile Furniture Design for Sleep Work and Eat | Design Inspiration and Resource { 09.22.08 at 10:03 am }

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2 Weekend Links September 27 | CoolBoom { 09.27.08 at 6:02 am }

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3 Down Comforter { 10.06.08 at 7:53 pm }

amazing work
thanks for sharing

4 Down Comforter { 10.06.08 at 3:53 pm }

amazing work
thanks for sharing

5 Evisu Jeans { 02.12.09 at 8:30 am }

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6 Evisu Jeans { 02.12.09 at 4:30 am }

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7 Muji + Rebita | Spoon & Tamago { 06.09.09 at 9:32 am }

[...] Japanese interior design and renovation firm Rebita has teamed up with Muji to offer a customizable renovation solutions using only Muji items. The structure allows you reinvent your home based on events, whether it’s a house party or an addition to the family. This is essentially the concept of Skeleton Infill (SI) housing, in which the skeleton of the house is preserved while the insides changes. This concept has been taking the Japanese architecture world by storm and I expect to see a handful of projects like this in the near future. More on this topic HERE. [...]