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How Deep the DarkBy Ryosuke Harashima

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US$ 9,200



Material: Brass

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Dimensions: 44cm (H) x 181cm (W) x 29cm (D) / 17.3" (H) x 71.3" (W) x 11.4" (D)

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Artist Statement

Console light table designed by Ryosuke Harashima.
Name: How deep the dark.
Collection: STILLIFE
A low table by morphing a wooden box lid that stores two Japanese gold folding screens. The lights are emphasis the attractiveness of black, which has a texture and gloss of antiquity .

STILLIFE is not to redesign old Japanese folk tools but also to have a dialogue with the tools. Morphing "old folk tools" into a "more attractive still life" by giving it a modern interpretation. "Tsukumo God" which we Japanese have an idea that a tool will be given a life when it passes over 100 years old, attracts people and invokes creativity. I try to inspire people to think about
the meaning of sustainability and consumption society through my collection of STILLIFE.


Artist Profile

Born: 1980
Hometown: Chiba
Based in: Ishikawa

After graduating from the Kanazawa International Design Institution (KIDI) in 2002, he studied product and furniture design at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City in 2003. In 2004 he began working at a graphic design office in Kanazawa, Japan, while also researching traditional Japanese craftsmanship. During …


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