Kenichiro Oomori Fuorisalone Digital 2021

Selected Works by Kenichiro Oomori Fuorisalone Digital 2021
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Kenichiro Oomori
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Fuorisalone Japan

Born in Tokyo in 1975. Graduated from the Department of industrial Design, NIhon University College of Art. 2009, Design office "KENICHIRO OOMORI MOVING DESIGN" established. We are designing products such as tableware and furniture using traditional craft techniques. Technical advisor , the Depaertment of Design, NIhon University College of Arts.  Part-time lecturer at Department of Environmental Design, Showa Woman's University. 

Design Plus 2015, GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2016 nominee, YOSHIDA Porcelain design competition, Outstanding performance award 2016, APAC insider Business Awards 2020

 

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SINAFU deco bowl / smoke gray

SINAFU deco bowl / smoke gray are wooden ware of Yamanaka lacquer ware, which is traditional japanese craft.  These are nested bowls that reinterpret the lines used in the world heritage Nijo Castle as the beauty of decorative lines unique to Japan. 

Material: Zelkova / Size: Φ175x90mm, Φ116x74mm, Φ80x58mm / Finish: Polyurethane finish

Cliant:GatoMikio

 


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SINAFU deco bowl / black

SINAFU deco bowl / black are a new products in the SINAFU series. These are nested bowls that reinterpret the lines used in the national treasure Nishi Honganji as the beauty of decorative lines unique to Japan.

“Shinafu” is an archaic word, meaning “elegantly hanging.” The shapes of SINAFU’ s bowls and dishes were designed to reflect the traditional shapes and spirit of hospitality of Yamanaka Hot Spring, which has been welcoming visitors and passing on the techniques of Japan in the 700s. SINAFU does not only express warm hospitality with beautiful arrangements on bowls and dishes, but also literally makes your hands’ movements look more graceful.

Material: Zelkova / Size: Φ175x90mm, Φ116x74mm, Φ80x58mm / Finish: Polyurethane finish

Cliant:GatoMikio

 


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Kokeshi SAKE

These are Japanese Sake bottle and a cup in which the Kokeshi motif for HIROTA GLASS. Kokeshi has become popular as a souvenir in wooden dolls of Japan. We made a form of the dolls in glass use the Edo glass of technology.Edo Glass is a handmade traditional craft that began in the Edo Period in the Edo Region (present-day Tokyo). Glass is melted at a high temperature in a crucible and then wound on a blowing iron, where it is blown and shaped into a variety of forms by skilled craftsmen. It is a technique which has been kept alive in the region for many generations. These craftsmen use traditional methods passed on from the Edo period to create painstakingly hand-crafted class wares with classic appeal that continues to this day in modern Tokyo.

material/Glass
size/80*80*215mm

Cliant: HIrota Glass

Kiryo

KIryo is a tea set such as a pot and cup that is suitable for daily life, considering a series of operations from pouring hot water into a pot, pouring tea into a cup, carrying it to the mouth, and washing. The handle is searching for a shape that can be held stably even by a weak woman using the little finger. And the wide wooden lid does not get hot when pouring while holding it, unlike pottery and metal.
By the way, one of the things I'm worried about in the teapot is the tea astringency that arrives inside. This pot has a wide opening so your fingers can reach the entire inside. In addition, it is designed so that your fingers can reach the inside of the spout, which is normally difficult to wash. It is also expected to be placed upside down in a dishwasher. This series aims to be a "good-looking" tool for daily life.

Cliant:Uproducts

Shige

This is a bench chair that combines walnut and polycarbonate. The elasticity of this chair, which is generated by fitting polycarbonate into an arched wooden frame, is the spring of the seat, and it has an experimental structure that maintains its shape by using woodworking techniques such as "Ari-Tsugi" against the force. It has become. The name "Shige" comes from the fact that it was completed just before the birth of the eldest son.

material/walnut,polycarbonate
size/680*1340*480mm

Brand: BridgE

 
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