Kosha Reading Space by Claudio D’Amore

Kosha reading space by Claudio D'Amore

 

Like most other interior design nerds, I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking longingly about my dream home. What  it would be like, how much space there would be, what furniture I would fill it with, the colours, patterns and textures I would use to decorate with etc etc.

 

Kosha reading space by Claudio D'Amore

 

Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post about home libraries and the overwhelming desire I have had, since my early childhood, to have a room in my house solely dedicated to reading. I often imagine what this room would look like and what furniture would be in it.

 

Kosha reading soace by Claudio D'Amore

 

Then I came across this fantastic piece of furniture by designer Claudio D’Amore and I knew that this would take pride of place in my dream home library. Kosha is an impressive sculptural object and the ideal place to retire to be alone or in the company of a good book.

 

Kosha reading soace by Claudio D'Amore

 

It consists of 33 strips of wood, individually machined and assembled by hand. It features 10 niches, which provide spaces to store your favourite books within easy reach.

 

Kosha reading space by Claudio D'Amore

 

I can well imagine myself lounging on this beautifully sculptural and ergonomic piece of furniture whilst losing myself in the story line of a good book. I might even snuggle up in a duvet just in case I were to drift off into the land of nod.

 

Kosha reading space by Claudio D'Amore

What do you reckon? Isn’t it just fab? What would you read here in this gorgeous space?

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