Fritz Hansen Rin Chair designed by Hiromichi Konno
Hiromichi Konno is a Japanese developer with an international technique. RINTM is Hiromichi Konno's very first teamwork with Fritz Hansen.Hiromichi Konno created the RIN chair in a advanced and elegant style for Fritz Hansen. Danish and japanese style customs thaw harmonically in this chair. The elegant chair has a cutting-edge, modern note. It welcomes to relax for hours and it embodies a new direction of traditional chair style."I wished to make a chair which would certainly be able to urge and wake feelings. It must be seemingly appealing, because one likewise needed to feel a type of beauty when one sits on it. That's the reason I chose a layout that was graceful, basic, solid, relaxed and ingenious at the same time. It was my objective to make the ideal chair from the beginning", detailed Hiromichi Konno.Fritz Hansen - Rin Chair Hiromichi Konno has actually made the RIN chair for Fritz Hansen; a elegant and advanced layout. The concept is to produce a new type of chair that agrees with Danish and japanese design customs. The chair is classy with a modern and really ingenious layout. It invites you to sit in it for hrs taking the standard chair style into a brand-new instructions."I would like to make an attractive chair that could stimulate and awaken emotions in people. When we sit in it, it needs to be able to appeal aesthetically but additionally make us feel a form of beauty. I have established something poetical, basic, sturdy, unwinded and impressive all at the exact same time. The objective initially was to develop the ideal chair," - Hiromichi Konno Auerhahn - Clam Bowl The shapely Clam Bowl by Hiromichi Konno and Auerhahn is an unique living accessory for a lovely house. It includes stainless steel with a silicone insert and does not simply serve to save jewellery, yet also matches for cellphones, primaries, coins or small presents. Through the organic, leaned on the type of an opened covering style, the excellent quality product and the best work-out, the Clam bowl by Auerhahn convinces with and without content as independent arts object.Georg Jensen - Konno Cards HolderStyle for business globe: Horimichi Konno's cards holder must make it much easier to trade seeing cards. The professional Horimichi Konno had a goal: He would like to make the awkward exchange of checking out cards at the end of a getting in touch with a little bit easier. He took his time to note how hands and fingers relocate while taking a card from an etui. Then Konno utilized his observations for the layout of an accessory that would make it feasible to extract a card with an optimum of discernment and without initiatives. The cards holder is rectangular and slightly curved, making it easier to open up and close it. It has a magnet closure that will not influence the magnetic bar on credit cards-- it has actually never been so simple to develop new get in touches with.