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TAKAHASHI - a homage to Japanese culture

by Pia Kirchler | October 03, 2016

TAKAHASHI builds a bridge between extremes. Its confident presence radiates an emphatic tranquility. Designed as a homage to the aesthetic and the craftsmanship of Japanese culture, lounge chair and ottoman crafted from solid ash wood cultivate quality with regards to form and function.
TAKAHASHI’S appearance is impressive and it generously provides plenty of space to unfurl or comfortably retreat. Once seated, you are framed by trapezoidal side wings which are stuck through the seat plate and serve as front legs. The skillful use of materials is exemplary for the Japanese craftsmanship and can be re-discovered in every detail of TAKAHASHI. The overriding concept is also reflected in the v-shaped rear legs which are reminiscent of Japanese Geta shoes.

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Berlin, Berlin

by Anna Trubrig | July 08, 2016

What happens, when highest quality standards in material and traditional craftsmanship meet with young and fresh minds? – an explosion of bright colors, smooth lines and design in its purity.

may we introduce to you the new upcoming design-trio from Berlin. All of their products are designed, developed and produced in Germany. Created with the knowledge of their country’s craftsmanship past, a bright and open minded view on how design should be and the optimistic approach of how we live in the future.

 

 

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