RIKI Footstool

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About Riki Watanabe

Riki Watanabe (1911–2013), the legendary designer, graduated from the Woodwork Department of Tokyo High Polytechnic School. He established Japan’s first design office, the RIKI WATANABE Design Office in 1949, focused on the establishment of the Interior Architect Department at Tokyo Molding University, Craft Center Japan, Japan Industrial Designer Association and Japan Designers Committee. He designed furnitures, interior decor for the hotels, and also clocks. He received many awards and recognitions. In 2006, the “Riki Watanabe – Innovation of Living Design” exhibition was held at the National Museum of Modern Art.

About CondeHouse

CondeHouse, established in 1968, is a Japan-based contemporary furniture manufacturer dedicated to creating spaces that foster comfort and relaxation in daily life. With a deep gratitude for nature, the company's core values prioritize reliability, durability, and sustainability. Using wood sourced from Hokkaido's lush forests, CondeHouse crafts furniture designed to endure for generations, employing traditional techniques alongside modern technology at their Asahikawa factory.

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