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Toshiki Omatsu

Toshiki Omatsu

Born: 1973

Hometown: Tokyo

Based in: Kamakura-city

Toshiki Omatsu is a Tokyo-based, Japanese designer, born in 1973, and is a member of Architectural Institute of Japan.
He graduated from Kyoto Institute of Technology, Architecture & Design (B. Arch.) in 1996, and took a Diploma in The Berlage Institute, Amsterdam with The Netherland with Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs, Overseas Study Grant in 1999.

After working in a several architecture offices in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, he opened his own studio called “Toshiki Omatsu Atelier” in 2005 to design architecture, furniture and products, and has won a several competitions in Japan. He is currently a director of Space design department at a famous design school called “Kuwasawa design school” in Tokyo.

Since 2019, he has been energetically designing furniture aimed "Art x Technology", especially using aluminum.


3 works for sale

Shades of Michelangelo

Toshiki Omatsu, Japan

Furniture

$ 16,000

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Shades of Brunelleschi by Toshiki Omatsu

Toshiki Omatsu, Japan

Furniture

$ 20,000

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Shades of "X" by Toshiki Omatsu

Toshiki Omatsu, Japan

Furniture

$ 25,000

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Toshiki Omatsu In The Studio

"The studio is located in a famous tourist city called Kamakura, that is an ancient city in Japan, and is closed to the sea and mountains. You might see some furniture products in the studio through a big glass wall from the street."


More About Toshiki Omatsu

IconInspires

What inspires you?

Seasonal changes

IconCreative

Describe your creative process.

Art x Technology = Design

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

timeless, essential, tectonic

IconTool

What is the most important tool when creating your work?

physical scaled model

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Where do you go for inspiration?

sea


Credentials

Education

The Berlage Institute, Amsterdam

Netherlands, 1999

Kyoto Institute of Technology, Architecture & Design

Japan, 1996

Exhibitions

For the “tomorrow” of Japanese artists

2013

Awards

Finalist, Nosonbutai Art project

2020

2nd Prize, Kyoto Power of Culture, Outdoor Installation

2018

Finalist, KOKUYO DESIGN AWARD

2015

Finalist, Bridge design competition, Minamisanriku, Japan

2015

1st Prize, Shibuya Sakuragaoka Area Design Artwork

2014

Finalist, Monument design competition for JR Niihama station

2012

27th Mie-Prefecture Architecure Award

2006

1st Prize, Betsudai Pavilion by Ministry of Land

2005

Education

The Berlage Institute, Amsterdam

Netherlands, 1999

Kyoto Institute of Technology, Architecture & Design

Japan, 1996

Exhibitions

For the “tomorrow” of Japanese artists

2013

Awards

Finalist, Nosonbutai Art project

2020

2nd Prize, Kyoto Power of Culture, Outdoor Installation

2018

Finalist, KOKUYO DESIGN AWARD

2015

Finalist, Bridge design competition, Minamisanriku, Japan

2015

1st Prize, Shibuya Sakuragaoka Area Design Artwork

2014

Finalist, Monument design competition for JR Niihama station

2012

27th Mie-Prefecture Architecure Award

2006

1st Prize, Betsudai Pavilion by Ministry of Land

2005

Press

LEIBAL

2022

THE TREE MAG

2022

LEIBAL

2021

LEIBAL

2021

designboom

2019

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