Okita Multi-Use Structure derived from beauty of organic forms and curvilinear lines found on anatomical structures. These gorgeous anatomical forms and lines are transformed to an spectacular form to bring life and identity.
Sakusa Seat has been created as a contemporary piece of decor art that will provide a clean aesthetic in their space without sacrificing on functionality.
The studio has focused on creating a very minimal desk. All we need is a table top and a leg so we have merged them together with smooth transitions within unibody form to create a desk.
Goria Multi-use Structure has been inspired by smooth forms and curvy lines found on anatomical structures such as bones and muscles.
We have tried to explore the relationship between abstractness and branch form lines so applied the techniques of abstraction, movement and asymmetry to bring life and identity to a solid line form