Inspired by the play between the warp and the weft in cloth, their name in Japanese literally means “to weave”. They are designed by Tokujin Yoshioka who wanted to reproduce one of the stylistic icons typical of his country – weaving.
Another example is the Flux Folding Chair - an award-winning Dutch design by David Phillips. As you can see, it is made of cut sheet of sustainable polypropylene and is avaiable in eight modern colours to choose from.
And something a little glamourous - the new version of Masters Chair from the
Again polypropylene, but in a gold glossy finish, part of their key theme for this year - “Precious Kartell”.
How do you like it?