« Newer story Older story » Concave facades on twin buildings by Moon Hoon create moon-shaped indents Flip 23 June 2015 | 1 comment More: ArchitectureCulturalSlideshows A huge sphere appears to have imprinted the concrete facades of these neighbouring buildings near Seoul, both designed by South Korean architect Moon Hoon
Semicircular Worktable, Munich 1790 The table rests on three splayed feet joined by a concave-sided triangular undertier. The upper side of the legs with polychrome lion masks, supports the projecting rim of the table. The lower part of the legs ends in claw-feet. The lower part of the table is veneered with rosewood fleur-de-lys and lines ending on the underside of the hemisphere in a polychrome pineapple. The projecting rim of the table is veneered in rosewood garlands of ivy.