Karimoku Case Study has been developed by Karimoku Furniture in collaboration with Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design emerging from a shared admiration and love for serene beauty, rich materials and timeless appeal. Karimoku Case Study and the first collection of 12 tailor made pieces have their international debut at 3daysofdesign 2019 in Copenhagen. Brand. Kiosk has been appointed to manage the international communication of the brand.
The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case Study presents its fourth case, the Azabu Residence Project, and continues the collaboration with architecture and design studios Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design. The private residence project in Tokyo has been completed with a custom-made interior by lead architect and Karimoku Case Study brand initiator Keiji Ashizawa and bespoke furniture items designed by his studio and the brand’s creative directors Norm Architects. A project specific feature is its interior playing on inspiration taken from elements of American Modernism as well as a distinct homage to the celebration of shadows.
Japan’s leading wooden furniture manufacturer Karimoku Furniture Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of Karimoku Commons Tokyo on February 12 – a new space over three floors to showcase its different high-end furniture brands, including the internationally renowned brands Karimoku New Standard and Karimoku Case Study. The new hybrid space in central Tokyo is the second to follow after Karimoku Commons Osaka and will act as a showroom, gallery and office space, allowing visitors to experience the versatile crafting skills and wooden furniture made by Karimoku Furniture.
The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case Study presents its third case. Creative directors and co-founders of Karimoku Case Study, Norm Architects, complete a private summer house in Sweden, the Archipelago House, with a bespoke interior and custom-made furniture.
For Case Study 03, Norm Architects realised an interior that draws inspiration from the local architecture and landscape of the Swedish coastline, thus blurring the line between what is inside and what is outside. Bespoke furniture complement the interior kept in natural tones, using wood as the main material.
Japan’s leading wooden furniture manufacturer Karimoku Furniture Inc. together with its renowned high-end lifestyle brand Karimoku Case Study have just completed the interior design and furnishing of the Blue Bottle Coffee Minatomirai Cafe in Yokohama, Japan. Under the direction of one of the Karimoku Case Study brand initiators Keiji Ashizawa as lead architect and multidisciplinary Danish design studio Norm Architects, Karimoku realised a bespoke high-end interior with customized wooden furnishings as well as tailor-made furniture for the cafe.
After a successful pre-launch and presentation in the Kinfolk gallery in Copenhagenin 2019, the Japanese lifestylebrand Karimoku Case Study extends its first successful collection with additional pieces and announces its cooperation with two new top tier furniture dealers in North America.
Japanese architecture and design studio Keiji Ashizawa and Danish design studio Norm Architects complete the Kinuta Terrace apartment project in Tokyo, featuring the twelve initiating furniture pieces and first collection of Karimoku Case Study. The interior design project, encompassing the renovation of two apartments in central Tokyo, provoked the creation of twelve tailor-made furniture pieces by Keiji Ashizawa and Norm Architects and the founding of the new lifestyle brand Karimoku Case Study by Japan’s leading wooden furniture manufacturer Karimoku Furniture Inc..
During this year’s 3daysofdesign in Copenhagen, Japan’s largest manufacturer of wooden furniture, Karimoku Furniture Inc., introduces the new contemporary lifestyle brand Karimoku Case Study. The first collection of 12 tailor made pieces, developed in collaboration with Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design, will have their international debut in a specially curated exhibition at the Kinfolk Gallery.