Apato is a Melbourne-based distributor of Japanese designer furniture. Our collection features leading brands, prolific and up and coming designers in Japan. Since Japanese interior design has this tranquil decorating touch perfected, let’s look at 10 ways to add some of this becalming style into your home today. Japanese style furniture can easily be incorporated into your home. One of his greatest skills was creating beautiful furniture using cheap, affordable materials as resources were scarce after World War II. After winning both 1st and 2nd place in the first Japan Industrial Design Contest in 1952 Sori Yanagi established his own design studio.
Japanese design has been characterized throughout history by minimalist aesthetics, with a predilection for simplicity, elegance, lightness and empty spaces. Simplicity elegance and function are fundamental to oriental design not to mention fine craftsmanship and at Kazari + Ziguzagu we stock a broad range of antique, vintage and contemporary furniture from Japan, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. Handmade custom furniture influenced by traditional Japanese furniture design meticulously crafted from selected hardwoods and made to order for your home or office.
FeelGood Designs funiture range of furniture and lighting offers a softer FeelGood alternative for commercial and domestic interiors. Our products combine contemporary design with traditional craftsmanship and materials to create interiors that are warmer and invite users to relax. Contemporary furniture that nods to Chinese and Japanese traditions, including paper lantern-esque pendants and an armchair inspired by origami. Jtansu offers the finest selection of modern Japanese inspired furniture, including benches, getabako shoe tansu, merchant tansu and more for a touch of Asian influence in contemporary interior decor and design.
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Japanese furniture artisan Isao Nakasone’s portfolio and online shop. Introducing his craftsmanship and gallery of his woodcraft. The Design Gallery will reopen on 4th December with a stunning display of modern Japanese design, fashion, furniture and craft.