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Momo Bench

By Inoda + Sveje, from OFFI & Company
$899.00
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Design by Kyoko Inoda and Nils Sveje, 2002.
By Offi & Company.

Momo means peach in Japanese, but is also used as a character's name in children's books. The strongest point in the Momo Bench's design is the harmony and simplicity it shows; it is shaped but not ornamented. Designed in 2002, the same year Kyoko and Sveje won the Pure Design award / Idee design competition for this product. Available in Walnut or Birch Veneer.

Dimensions
  • 16" D X 47" W X 16" H
Material(s)
Plywood, veneer, metal
Item Number
OF-MOMO-BENCH
Model(s)
MOMO-W MOMO-B

Design by Kyoko Inoda and Nils Sveje, 2002.
By Offi & Company.

Momo means peach in Japanese, but is also used as a character's name in children's books. The strongest point in the Momo Bench's design is the harmony and simplicity it shows; it is shaped but not ornamented. Designed in 2002, the same year Kyoko and Sveje won the Pure Design award / Idee design competition for this product. Available in Walnut or Birch Veneer.

OFFI & Company

Based in Corning, New York, OFFI & Company was born out of a love for great design. OFFI & Company satisfies this passion by creating simple, beautiful and practical furnishings that address the modern urban lifestyle. OFFI & Company products are created to be multifunctional, comfortable, and at home in any modern home in the world.

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Inoda + Sveje

Inoda Sveje is a design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda, born in Osaka in 1971, and Nils Sveje, born in Denmark in 1969. Inoda studied architectural design at ISAD in Milan. Sveje graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Sveje moved to Italy where he worked under Stefano Giovannoni, and then returned to Denmark. While working at the Institute of Product Development (IPU) Sveje joined forces with Inoda and formed Inoda Sveje in Copenhagen in 2000. They moved their base of operations to Milan in 2003. In addition to furniture and other product design, Inoda Sveje is involved in other fields such as medical devices, transportation and electronics. The style they propose is a warm and sensible minimalism, mostly with a high level of contemporary technology though preferably not eminent to the user.

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