22
Jun

Furniture that blends into the surroundings | Kengo Kuma

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Time & Style

Marnixstraat 148
1016 TE Amsterdam
Niederlande

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Time & Style has been working together with Kengo Kuma and Associates since 2009, manufacturing furniture for his many new projects over the last 10 years.


His furniture has a good style of design, functionality and durability so that it can be used not only with his own architecture but also more widely in ordinary homes. There has been more ongoing projects over the last 10 years from 2009 to 2019, and a wider variety of furniture has been released including chairs, sofas, tables and coffee tables, achieving further diversity and flexibility.

Although the architecture of Kengo Kuma has become well-known throughout the world, few people know that he also independently designs almost all of the furniture to accompany his architecture.
This will be the first European exhibition of the furniture he has designed for his projects over the last 10 years, which has been commercialized together with Time & Style.


About the Time & Style
Japanese furniture and tableware manufacturer established in 1990. We think it is important to preserve and utilize the unique techniques acquired by our ancestors. We incorporate them into our products to give them a new place in modern life. Each of our products is carefully manufactured by experienced artisans. We established our own factory to pursue the essential nature of manufacturing. All of the processes are under our care, from the design and production to the sales in our stores.
Time & Style has 5 shops in Japan, one in China (Shanghai) and one in Europe (Amsterdam).

About Kengo Kuma
Born in 1954. A leading Japanese architect, well known for making use of wood and natural materials. Kengo Kuma’s work has been internationally acknowledged and received many prestigious awards. Major projects include Great (Bamboo) Wall (China), Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifutenmangu Omotesando (Japan), FRAC Marseille (France) and V&A Dundee (Scotland, UK). Kengo Kuma & Associates are also working on the new National Stadium along with Taisei Corporation and Azusa Sekkei (Japan).

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