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Gold Pipe Contemporary Furniture

Tokyo Architect Daisuke Motogi Has Reimagined The Common Construction Structure For Use In The Home

December, 2017
Gold Pipe Furniture by Daisuke Motogi Architects © Takashi Fujikawa

Tokyo-based architects Daisuke Motogi Architecture have reimagined the common structure of construction scaffolding with a new gold-plated take titled ‘That Pipe In Time, So Gold, intended to create a new use within the home.

The idea was originally created as a series of furniture used in the project named Art Photo Tokyo in 2016, and refined for public purchase earlier this year including a table, ladder, hanger and rolling tower. Not only does it change the preconceived idea of the original function of the material and it’s design, but provides a new functionality to adapting to contemporary lives.

Gold Pipe Furniture by Daisuke Motogi Architects © Takashi Fujikawa
Gold Pipe Furniture by Daisuke Motogi Architects © Takashi Fujikawa
Gold Pipe Furniture by Daisuke Motogi Architects © Takashi Fujikawa
Gold Pipe Furniture by Daisuke Motogi Architects © Takashi Fujikawa
December, 2017