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Having spent so much more time at home due to COVID, I started paying attention to little details within my apartment. I first documented my apartment in May 2020 when my partners and I were invited to create simple line drawings of our home-offices for an exhibition. I decided to further this exercise by modeling my apartment and collaging it with everyday objects that compose the fabric of my life during this period. The drawing is a visual diary - it is highly personal and seemingly random to anyone other than those who live here. I am a nostalgic person, so I think my future self would really appreciate this drawing.
Where do you envision seeing this object?
This object belongs In every home I live in.
Digital Print
61 W x 91.4 H cm (24 x 36”)
Created by
Nicolas Lee
Nicolas Lee is a Chinese-Canadian designer and a founding partner of Other Projects, a New York-based design studio founded in 2017 with Douglas Lee and Kelvin Ho. His work has been featured in Azure, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Wallpaper, and at the Cite de l’architecture et du Patrimoine Paris, Forum d’architectures de Lausanne, Moran Museum of Art Seoul, USC American Academy in China, and Design Miami. He trained as a designer at OMA and MVRDV in Rotterdam, REX and HWKN in New York, and MIT Design Lab in Cambridge. He received a Masters in Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University.
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