One of the finest concepts created by Johnny Wong and Miho Hirabayashi of FAK3 fame (pronounced ‘FAKE’, FAK3 has established itself to be one most innovative and edgiest design firms in Asia), 360 is a brand new innovation that takes the concept of open multi-functional spaces and converts it into a real interactive elliptical cabinet that can act a place for dining, study, and recreation without taking up too much space.
Rotating 360-degrees, the cabinet houses a set of keyboards on its two longer sides along with a desk while the two shorter sides accommodate storage and a television. Industrial strength bearings can support up to two tonnes of weight, but allow the lightweight wooden cabinet to rotate with the push of just one finger.
Thanks to an off-centered axis, as the cabinet moves according to content, it also shifts the room’s perceived spatial configuration to give each zone its own character.
With a kitchen finished in a brilliant cobalt blue, bathrooms in soft pink/ white marble and crystals/ jade with a brilliant black shower curtain featuring pastoral images of Guilin, the home also features a cheerful yellow bedroom with steps up to a bunk bed with storage, closet and desk below maximizing play area for the kids.