There is nothing uglier than an open door…

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(…) “From the very first film I saw, Flavor of Green tea over Rice, I was fascinated by the way japanese use space in their lives, and by these doors that slide and move quietly along invisible rails, refusing to offend space. For when we push open a door, we transform a place in a very insidious way. We offend its full extension and introduce a disruptive and poorly proportioned obstacle. If you think about it carefully, there is nothing uglier than an open door. An open door introduces a…read more