The Friedman House was originally designed to allow for visiting UBC students to crowd inside for study sessions with Professor Friedman. To accommodate this need, the home was created with a truly open design that flows from room to room. Here, the dining area opens up to the living room on the left and an upper-level study above. On the other side of this space is the home's kitchen. 
Seno dining table, $599; Sede dining chairs, $269 (each); Lignum shelf, $499  Photo 4 of 7 in Styling a Rescued Mid-Century Gem