DIFFA’s Dining By Design in San Francisco

DIFFA’s Dining By Design in San Francisco

November 25, 2010

The DIFFA’s Dining By Design is in San Francisco. Architect John Lum designed the cardboard “Dining Womb” to be an escape from the madness outside.

Made completely of laser-cut sheets of packing cardboard set into plywood combs, the Zen-like tunnel sat 20, glowed softly with unobtrusive lighting, sprouted with ethereal air plants from Flora Grubb Gardens and provided a pleasantly filtered view.

The goal of John Lum to create a space that upped the intimacy level at a dinner party—made up of many who were meeting that night for the first time—was flawlessly executed.

via californiahomedesign



By | 2016-01-27T12:12:04+00:00 Nov 25, 2010|Categories: Product Design|

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