Awesome concept from Dezeen:
“Most architects have a store room full of lovely models that no one gets to see. But the situation is worse in offices in Japan, where space is really at a premium,” explained Klein Dytham co-founder Mark Dytham.
“So this initiative is really brilliant – it’s a win-win for the architect and Archi-Depot,” he told Dezeen.
“You rent a set of tall shelves, display your models on the lower shelves, and store the boxes and cases on the upper shelves. Hey presto, an instant architectural model museum with works by most of Japan’s leading architects.”
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