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Design by Toshiyuki Kita, 2006.
Made in Italy by Moroso.
As a follow-up to his revolutionary geomorphic Saruyama project (1967), designer Toshiyuki Kita has expanded the design to include an "archipelago" of independent islands made up of small seats and tables that can live together or independently of each other, at the same time maintaining the organic aesthetic features and function of his original design.
Suitable for smaller spaces, the Saruyama Island Settee is made with injected polyurethane foam over an internal steel frame on a hardwood base. Select from an extensive palette of upholstery options.
Returns: No returns are accepted on this product.
Material(s): Polyurethane foam, steel, hardwood
Designer: Toshiyuki Kita
Toshiyuki Kita is an active, internationally-respected environment, interior and product designer. He has created many popular products for European and Japanese manufacturers, ranging from furniture, LCD TV sets and robots to household goods and appliances. Much of his work has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich and other museums around the world. He continues to be involved in his lifelong devotion to working with traditional crafts and developing local industries.View other products by Toshiyuki Kita
Moroso started from the end: it began by considering the end users, their lifestyles and their ways of using their living-rooms. A living room is a place you open to other people, in order to express your hospitality, but can also be a place of quiet and reflection.View other products from Moroso