Ippongi Kiori Taku

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Ippongi Kiori Taku

Conde House
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The pattern is as beautiful as weaved threads. The lattice which is made by finishing intricately overlapping materials without any deviation. Only the grain is used on the top plate so that the lattice pattern and the wood grain pattern are in beautiful harmony when viewed as a whole. The extremely elaborate construction, such as the use of three-way fastening for the joints between the top plate frame and the legs, blends with the design to achieve a high-quality craftsmanship. The reflection of light along the grain of the wood makes the color change depending on the viewing angle, which also makes you feel the depth, and the grid-like shadows that spread on the floor enhance the beauty.

Wood - Finish
Walnut OFN

Accessory: Height adjusters

Ippongi Kiori Taku

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Dimensions (cm)

Kiori Taku 78 W78 x D78 x H45

Kiori Taku 102 W102 x D102 x H33

Kiori Taku 120 W120 x D120 x H33

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Minoru Nagahara

Minoru Nagahara

Minoru Nagahara was born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1935. He entered Kumasaka Kogei, a furniture company in 1951. In 1963, he went to West Germany as a technical trainee. After returning to Asahikawa in 1965, he worked for Asahikawa Industrial Arts Institute. In 1968, he established Interior Center Co., Ltd. (present Conde House). He is now the company’s chairman of the board of directors. He received of numerous awards: the Japan Interior Designers’ Association Award, the Kitaro Kunni Industrial Design Award, the Hokkaido Industrial Contribution Award, and the Hokkaido Shimbun Cultural Award.
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