Shiro kuramata is an old name in the realm of designing innovative furniture and other household accessory. His matchless productions are not only mere masterpieces but are designed to serve some purpose.
Besides his association with the Japanese design world, kuramata’s impact in western design was first felt with Memphis, followed by Cappellini in 1987 that made him the peerless designer to pioneer the brand on global arena. The above featured pyramid-shaped structure in transparent acrylic resin comprises of 17 drawers in black acrylic resin, each drawer is of different size. Isn’t the collection spacious?
To peek into his designer collection, make a visit to the enduring collections of museum of decorative arts in Paris, New York moma, Toyoma’s metropolitan museum of modern art in toyama.
Designer: Shiro Kuramata