Discover the modern bench drawn in 2012 by Hiroomi Tahara, Japanese designer and winner of the Intramuros award in 2002 known for her work that combines contemporary designs and new technologies with traditional Japanese knowledge of rattan work.
This poetic and innovative creation unveils curved lines and asymmetrical, meandering and soft shape. Its ingenious structure is made from multiple very thin metal tubes, delicately sheathed by the luminous organic fibers of rattan and not from only one piece.
This masterpiece is born from a collaboration between an Indonesian workshop specialized in natural fiber braiding and a contemporary designer. The impressive uniformity of the rattan colour (given name to various varieties of climbing palms widespread in South-Est Asia and well-known for its flexibility and strength) is achieved thanks to a meticulous selection of each fiber, initially peeled for a lighter and modern aspect.
Upkeep : clean with a dry or damp cloth. Exclusively suitable for an indoor use.