At  Aqqindex, we stumbled on a room Italian Architect Paolo Portoghesi designed in Casa Papanice, currently part of The American University of Rome. His use of horizontal stripes are a revelation, working so much more fluidly than most clunky iterations we’ve seen of the idea because……his stripes are thin and not uniform AND they cover the various shapes in the room, surprising the eye.




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