Minimalist Contemporary Furniture Dress Code by Fukutoshi Ueno
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Minimalist and contemporary multi-functional object Dress-Code, a stylish solid timber piece that serves as a stool, table or shelf for your home interior design. Its collaboration of two Japanese designers, both now long-time residents of Australia.
Designed by Brisbane based designer, Fukutoshi Ueno, the contemporary furniture minimalist design Dress-Code is collaborated in recent year s with fashion designer Akira Isogawa. Its features Akira Isogawa’s soft floating kimono pattern inspired by the dress of a Geisha, layered on Fukutoshi Ueno’s contradictory timber grid-work of clean-cut lines.
The minimalist contemporary furniture design is inspired by Japanese folklore, “Shining Prince” Hikaru Genji – a casanova of his day and famous for his many romantic adventures – by Murasaki Shikibu, to share the part of traditional Japanese culture and bring fashion pattern design into 3 dimensional useful object in attractive style.
By using different symbols /crests for each mistress and embossing them on incense boxes, Akira and Fukutoshi wanted to change the meaning of furniture piece by adding different values. They wanted archive to create the object also reflect their traditional culture, but at the same time people appreciate both practical side and esthetic side.
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