Wooden chair next to a wooden table with light curtains in the background

Karimoku Case

www.karimoku-case.com

The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case 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 and the first collection of 12 tailor made pieces had their international debut at 3daysofdesign 2019 in Copenhagen. Brand. Kiosk has been appointed to manage the international communication of the brand.

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10.06.2024
KARIMOKU CASE AT 3DAYSOFDESIGN

Karimoku Case participate in the joint exhibition “Enter the Salon”, curated by Signe Hytte Studio, at 3daysofdesign 2024 in Copenhagen.

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16.04.2024
Karimoku Case at Salone del Mobile 2024

Karimoku Case will hold its third large-scale exhibition at Rho Fiera in Milan from 16th to 20th of April, 2024.The furniture pieces designed by Karimoku Case-designers resonate beyond project boundaries and are displayed at the Salone del Mobile 2024 in a curated space expressing the world view of Karimoku.

01.03.2024
KARIMOKU CASE PRESENTS CASE STUDY 10, THE AZABU HILLS RESIDENCE

Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case presents its 10th case, the Azabu Hills Residence in Tokyo, with an organic interior design and bespoke furniture by Keiji Ashizawa and supported by Norm Architects on bespoke furniture.

In admiration of the rich expression of natural materials and the tranquility and beauty of the natural light that floods the private home, Keiji Ashizawa has created a serene interior rich in colour, light and touch. A distinctive feature of this project is the first use of Japanese Zelkova wood for the various bespoke furniture designs by Keiji Ashizawa and Norm Architects.

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31.01.2024
Introducing the new brand name

Karimoku Furniture is happy to announce the renaming of its high-end lifestyle brand Karimoku to Karimoku Case. From January 31, 2024, the brand will be run entirely under the name Karimoku Case in its online as well as offline presence. 

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19.05.2023
Karimoku Case presents case study 09, The hotel BELLUSTAR TOKYO

The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case presents its most comprehensive case study to date – the interior of the new BELLUSTAR TOKYO hotel in central Tokyo. For their 9th case study, the initiators of the brand, Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, have developed a tailor-made interior design concept for the various rooms of the luxury hotel in the Tokyu Kabukicho Tower. These include three restaurants, a spa and five unique penthouse suites, all furnished with objects from the Karimoku collections.

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25.05.2023
Karimoku Case at 3daysofdesign 2023

Four years after celebrating its soft launch in Copenhagen, the Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case is pleased to announce its return to the Danish capital, where the brand showcases its bespoke wooden furniture collections on the occasion of 3daysofdesign from June 7 – 10, 2023. 

For the exhibition, the brand’s Creative Director Norm Architects turned the New Mags bookstore into a residential interior that showcases a thorough selection of the Karimoku Case collections. 

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12.04.2023
Karimoku Case at Salone del Mobile 2023

Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case showcases the wide variety and high quality of its bespoke contemporary furniture collections at Salone del Mobile. Referencing the concept of the brand, the bespoke collections are displayed in a comprehensive, thoughtfully curated interior resembling an apartment. Designed by the brand’s co-initiator, Japanese architecture and design practice Keiji Ashizawa Design, the interior is divided into different zones by material and colour, highlighting the versatility of the Karimoku collections. 

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01.02.2023
KARIMOKU CASE PRESENTS CASE STUDY 08, THE HIROO RESIDENCE PROJECT

The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case proudly present its 8th case study, the furnishing of the luxury Hiroo Apartment located in a residential complex in central Tokyo. Brand initiator and lead architect for this case study, Keiji Ashizawa, has developed a bespoke interior design concept dictated by a sense of well-being and inspired by the sensual qualities of light. This new case study introduces the new concept of “crafted space”, a holistic approach to interior design that incorporates high-quality and hand-finished craftsmanship in every detail.

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11.07.2022
KARIMOKU CASE PRESENTS CASE STUDY 06, THE RESTAURANT ÄNG PROJECT

Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case presents its sixth case study, the Michelin-starred Swedish restaurant ÄNG, which opened its doors on July 1, 2022, following a period of new construction. Norm Architects, creative directors of Karimoku Case and lead architects on the project, have implemented a bespoke interior concept in the newly constructed, modern glass house adjacent to the Ästad Vingård winery, with a clean yet strikingly atmospheric spatial effect that complements ÄNG’s unique culinary offering.

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18.05.2022
KARIMOKU CASE AT SALONE DEL MOBILE 2022

The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case exhibits at Salone del Mobile for the first time, showcasing the wide variety and high quality of its bespoke contemporary furniture collections and launching two new designs by Keiji Ashizawa. Referencing the concept of the brand, the versatility of the bespoke collections is displayed in a comprehensive, thoughtfully curated interior resembling an apartment designed by the brand’s co-founders, Danish architecture and design studio Norm Architects and Japanese architecture and design practice Keiji Ashizawa Design.

20.11.2021
KARIMOKU CASE PRESENTS CASE STUDY 05, THE NOTABENE SHOE STORE

The Japanese lifestyle brand Karimoku Case celebrates the successful launch of its fifth case study, the holistic flagship store for the shoe brand Notabene in the city centre of Copenhagen.

For the high-end shoe concept store, Norm Architects have designed a custom-made interior with bespoke furniture items crafted by Karimoku Furniture that will become part of the permanent collection. The striking Notabene shoe store marks the first retail project in the row of international interior cases, showcasing a high-end minimalist interior design as well as an innovative approach to retail design.

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