The A-B01 bench was designed to accommodate the need of a multi-purpose piece, both comfortable used for seating but with aesthetic capabilities befitting a display stand. The thin edges of the seat and legs gives the piece a light and exclusive appearance while the transverse strut connected to the seat with a delicate steel rod, ties the construction together visually and functionally, creating a sense of overall harmony. Dedicated cushion is also available separately.
Karimoku Case Study
DESIGN BY :
DIMENSIONS (mm) :
W1500 x D350 x H420
W1800 x D350 x H420
W12000 x D350 x H420
Pure Oak / Smoked Oak
UPHOLSTERY (Optional Seat Cushion):
Atlas | Maple | Steelcut Trio 3 | Hallingdal 65 | Vidar 4 | Coda 2
The Azabu Residence Collection has its native setting in a luxury apartment built in 1988, tucked away in the quiet Minato residential district in Tokyo. The apartment was built on a spacious and airy site, rarely seen in Tokyo today. The greenery surrounding the entrance, welcoming visitors in a harmonious way and establishing a sense of calm and connection to nature, is meticulously maintained by gardeners.
The interior design is completed by the collaborating studios Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, and similar to the previous cases, it combines Japanese and Scandinavian design principles and aesthetics. A shared belief in the use of natural materials and a muted color palette lies as the foundation of the project, characterized by the focus on tactile, soft-minimal and timeless qualities.