Designer Philippe Tabet
Inspired by one of Kyoto’s most important sacred places, the Inari family of furniture is closely linked to the Fushimi series, sharing the same conceptual roots and main characteristics of form and style. Symmetry, lightness, a tylishness in its details and cleanliness of line make Inari a series marked by elegant, pared-back forms. The meticulous woodworking of the ash, which is milled and turned, creates an extraordinary continuity between the surfaces both to the touch and to the eye, highlighting the old-fashioned craftsmanship that has gone into its making. All edges are rounded and, with the sinuousness of its joints, there are no sharp disconnects between the base and upper structure. Both products offer plenty of scope for customization
… offers a wide range of services, from furnishing design to electronic devices. He gets inspiration from the past with the result of bring back to live memories. Philippe’s process of giving new life to objects is really based on memory with the result of making shapes and functionality of these objects up-to-date.