When it comes to home decor, other woodwork design innovations to note include Uncommon Goods’ custom Song Wall Sculpture that can be personalized to mimic the soundwaves from consumers’ favorite songs. The wall sculpture consists of hand-cut, reclaimed wood and will appeal to lovers of music and sustainable design.
These woodwork design innovations range from soundwave-inspired wall decor to wood-clad greenhouse cabins. Some notable architecture projects include Studio Love is Enough’s design for Rule of Thirds, a modern Japanese restaurant located in the heart of Brooklyn New York. The restaurant was launched by Sunday Hospitality and highlights geometric elements that are constructed from douglas fir wood and walnut. Additionally, Tomoaki Uno Architects’ ‘Ogimachi House’ in Nagoya, Japan is a minimalist, windowless residence that aims to act as an escape from today’s tech-centric and overstimulating world.