Lemante is a collection of small tables replate with striking stylistic signs and with a strong biographical note for its creator, Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro. The collection refers to organic forms found in nature juxtaposed with the more essential lines of the frame and is based on a simple geometric idea: two parallel squares rotated and offset by 45°. Prominent among the structural elements are the slender frame in metal rod and the corner joint composed of an aluminum casting. The tops are available in extra light transparent glass or molten glass, a process that creates organic textures and irregularities on the surface for a distinct tactile effect. Two materials are available for the base, black Marquinia marble or glossy lacquered in numerous shades. The collection comprises four interlocking sizes for infinite decorative compositions.
die-cast tubular aluminium
MDF wood fibre or marble (natural finish)
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Kensaku Oshiro is an award-winning Japanese designer based in Milan, Italy. Born in 1977 on Okinawa Island, he spent his formative years in Japan before moving to Italy. He graduated from the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan in 1999 and, after significant work experiences at renowned design studios in Milan and London, he founded his own studio in Milan in 2015.
His design approach distinguishes for its multicultural experience and the continuous research for new design possibilities based on the understanding of the relevant culture and environment of the project. Nowadays he collaborates with leading design companies, mainly in Europe, ranging from architectural projects to furniture and industrial-scale production.
In 2006 he achieved the first prize of the Design Report Award at Salone Satellite and, in 2018, he’s been selected as Italian “Rising Talent” at Maison&Object. Besides various awards such as the “Best of Year Award” (Interior Design, 2022, US) and the “Wallpaper Design Award” (2022), he’s been nominated as “Young Design Talent” at EDIDA 2016 and “Designer of the Year” at EDIDA 2022 by Elle Decor Japan.