So yes this is from last years Wall Street Journal, but we’ve just spent the morning Googling Raf and just happened to stumble upon this so we figured why not put it up. And he does have the most amazing home. And a lot Sterling Ruby on his walls. And on stands. Just casually scattered around in the same way you or I might scatter magazines. Or potpourri.
Taking inspiration from the surrounding mountain range in Nanshan, the newly designed Chongqing Mountain & City Sales Office has come to life. The interior architecture of the office, designed by One Plus Partnership, has its valleys and its peaks. The space is fitted with an abstract version of a mountain, by connecting triangular grey marble faces to one another. The “mountain range” is central in the office, and custom built angular bronze desks are randomly scattered around architectural element. A field of tube lighting drapes down from the ceilings creating an aesthetic of a rain shower pounding down on the rocks.