This residence houses a mixture of Japanese, international, new, and old items. And with everything, Lucas’s perspective on selection is unique.
“This may sound strange, but I like balance. There is a reason for the old things that are here, and there are new things that I want to preserve forever. Preferences like these have nothing to do with being male or female. Even with Sustainable Development Goals, I think it’s best to naturally arrive at that end through personal experiences, and not because there is some kind of format.”
Indeed, when the USM Haller was born in the 1960s, Sustainable Development Goals did not exist. However, products created with excellent materials, skill, and design have outlived generations and have been loved by many. The things that fill the space Lucas spends his time in are not all masterpieces or luxury items. Yet, there is meaning and good vibrations to each of them that fill the space with a uniquely worldly feel.