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Lapidarium of Kings, Frederiksholms Kanal 29, 1220 Copenhagen
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Lapidarium of Kings, Frederiksholms Kanal 29, 1220 Copenhagen
JAPAN FORM
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Bringing you function with quiet elegance. Led by Hironori Tsukue, JAPAN FORM embodies a blend of understated elegance and functionality. A native of Japan with a background in interior and furniture design and experience in Sweden, Tsukue curates modern essentials that incorporate Japanese aesthetics and craftsmanship. His 30 years of living in Sweden has given him a unique perspective and revealed parallels between Japan and Scandinavia. Both cultures value everyday objects, prioritise comfort and beauty, and value sustainable craftsmanship. Offering timeless designs for different lifestyles, Tsukue's mission is to showcase Japan's creative prowess globally.

JAPAN FORM presents Hirotaka Tobimatsu's 'Vessel of Light', featuring meticulously crafted porcelain lampshades. These lampshades blend seamlessly into the room like alabaster when unlit, and emit a soft, warm glow when lit. Originally from Saga, a historic centre of porcelain production in Japan, and now based in Tokyo, Tobimatsu draws inspiration from Western milk glass lampshades of the 1920s, bridging traditions in his craft. The collection comprises 32 intricately designed and customisable models, around 20 of which will be on display. Combining traditional Japanese craftsmanship with modern aesthetics, these sophisticated lampshades bring elegance and poetry to any space, private or public, creating a serene and welcoming ambience.

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