KARIMOKU NEW STANDARD / Torii chair by Takahiko Fujimori
by KARIMOKU NEW STANDARD
Archetype of Japanese Aesthetics
TORII is inspired by its namesake of a gate leading towards a Japanese shinto shrine, an archetypical element in the Japanese landscape. The chair captures the quality of the gate's slightly curved top beam using a minimum number of parts. The straight legs convey the presence and strength of a torii. The result is a piece of furniture that possesses a dignified and atmospheric presence.
Comfort and Strength with Attention to Minute Details
Elegant and graceful in design, the chair offers considerable sitting comfort. A polyester mesh installed inside the seat serves as a spring that supports the cushion on top. The backrest consists of four wooden parts furnished with a dark brown inlay. The inlay strengthens the connection between the wooden parts and at the same time gives the backrest a visual accent.
Frame: ITAYA esdoornhout
kussen: zwarte stof
Afmeting: W 585 x D 460 x H 670 mm
Leveringstermijn: 6 weken
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