If there is something that defines the Kotai table collection, it is precisely its soundness, as its own Japanese name denotes. Made of solid wood, its most distinctive feature is the bevel alongside its four edges and the cleavage dividing it into two identical halves and highlighting the unique possibilities of this noble material.
Among all the classics revisited, this piece from the 80s we happened to stumble upon in our archives is the most amusing and original without a doubt. Small and likeable, its peculiar shapely silhouette evokes icons of pop culture such as flying saucers or hula hoops. And in spite of it all, Radial has been […]
Nautica is a hanging seat that pays homage to one of the first pieces produced by Expormim in the 70?s. Our commitment to the creation of a unique design that would recover and rethink the traditional use of rattan was matched by the will of delivering something different, unexpected. Natural world is filled with contrasts […]
Huma chair is a project trying to preserve the classic philosophy of rattan production process while engaging in a research for greater comfort through the use of flexible ribs in its shell-shaped backrest and its upholstered seat.
This project is born from the wish to recover rattan as a fine material and reclaim Spain?s rich craftsmanship tradition. Oscar Tusquets tries to give a new look to an ancient technique replacing the brackets and bonds traditionally used as connecting elements by the twinning of one cane to the next.
The Cask lounge collection is a modern take on classic rattan furniture that is both elegant and embracing. The combination of geometrical simplicity and classic techniques makes a contemporary design that is novel and familiar at the same time. The construction consists of two simple circular rattan shapes forming a mesmerizing geometrical shape held up […]
Its oblong structure reminds that of Neolithic dolmens with two vertical pieces supporting a large flat capstone, but very much lighter as it is made of thin aluminum sheets and wood slats. Hence its name. Thanks to its simple design, as clever as pleasant, Slats blends smoothly into any kind of background.
Its structure emerges from a game of tangent lines between its four organic frames and of those with the seat, thus securing stability and at the same turning it almost transparent.
Designs renovated from original pieces, which in his day, were part of the Expormim’s catalogue. Furniture that were a great success due to its comfort, robustness and durability. Made of non-skin and tinted rattan with water based dyes
Frames has written a happy new chapter for an already old story, the same old tale of craft and tradition but within a new framework of clever design that takes advantage of a different, more joyous approach to the material. The narrative of design brings traditional outdoor furniture to the inside, adding a layer of […]
Benasal, also known as the armchair that won Jaime Hayon?s heart, is a simple and functional design seeking for comfort without any further ado. Pomposity aside, it is just an armchair inviting to sit and relax. Being thus conceived, how could it not be suitable for any given place at any given time?