East meets West

Two japanese designers project their cultural backgrounds into modern pieces of furniture, the result is refreshing and meaningful.
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Dress Code

Inspired in the traditional motifs of Japanese kimonos and using the symbols assigned to the various mistresses of the 11th century, fashion artist Akira Isogawa created a series of colourful patterns that strike for their modern geometry and brilliant colour schemes. 
The striking patterns are digitally printed on a series of wooden low tables, specially designed by Fukutoshi Ueno to enhance the unique motifs; the geometrical, multi-faceted line of the tables play with the contrast of the different motifs and their traditional yet contemporary nature.

Dress Code
  Dress Code

Dress Code 
Designer: Fukutoshi Ueno and Akira Isogawa  
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Year: 2009
Materials: digitally printed plywood
 

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