A linear graphic character, with a strong functional impact, distinguishes Tetrami, the new collection of free-standing containers born from the creative flair of the Japanese master Naoto Fukasawa. The rectangle is the star element, as are the feet that unexpectedly materialize as vertical extensions of the two central partitions. The object is created thanks to the experience of expert cabinetmakers and is composed of extra thin wooden lists. Generously sized but not bulky, Tetrami is available in two heights. The taller model can be used as a sideboard, while the lower version can complement a sofa or double as a TV stand. Tetrami is available as an open cabinet or with drawers, making it a functional container. The grain and texture of ash make it an elegant and refined piece of furniture. The cabinets are also available in a two-tone version by combining the two ash tones for the finish of the outer and inner surfaces.
veneered MDF wood fibre panel with solid wood parts
bottom base and back panel in wood particles with melamine faced cover, edges in aluminium with complete opening and cushioned runners
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Always devoted to achieving simplicity and beauty, Naoto Fukasawa designs products for numerous internationally prestigious brands, as well as collaborating as designer and consultant for many major Japanese companies. His creativity embraces very different sectors, from precision electronic equipment to furniture and interior design.
In his career as designer he has received important awards and many of his works are part of the permanent collections of museums such as the MoMa in New York, the Victoria and Albert Musuem in London and the Designmuseum Danmark. In 2007, the UK Royal Society of Arts awarded him the title of Honorable Royal Designer for Industry. In 2017, he became a member of the Loewe Craft Prize jury. He is a professor in the Integrated Design department at Tama Art University. In 2006, he established the “Super Normal” project with Jasper Morrison.
Since 2021 he is curator of The Japan Folk Crafts Museum in Tokyo. Fukasawa has co-authored with the photographer Tamotsu Fujii the volume The Outline -The Unseen Outline of Things, published by Hachette Fujingaho, and released the book Naoto Fukasawa published by Phaidon Press. In Spring 2018, he released his second book with Phaidon Press Naoto Fukasawa: Embodiment.