The Japanese brand Tajimi Custom Tiles stands for the production of high-end tiles as well as the creation of bespoke tiles with complex shapes and highly specific colors, even in small lots. Situated in the region of Tajimi with an over 1,300 year old culture of ceramics, the brand produces high-end design tiles using the unique know how and techniques of the traditional ceramic craftsmanship of the Japanese region Tajimi. The brand Tajimi Custom Tiles has its international debut in Spring 2020, presenting the result of the collaboration with designers Max Lamb and Kwangho Lee. Brand. Kiosk supports the Japanese brand with international media relations.
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Based in Tajimi, the historic center of the Japanese tile industry, Tajimi Custom Tiles creates custom-tailored tiles catering to architects and designers globally. Two years after the brands debut in Tokyo in 2020, Tajimi Custom Tiles will exhibit for the first time outside Japan and show the acclaimed objects by renowned designers and modern-day craftspersons Max Lamb (UK) and Kwangho Lee (KR) and in addition, present a new collaboration with Ronan & Erwan Buroullec in the form of a large scale installation at Milan Design Week 2022.
Tajimi Custom Tiles, the new brand from Tajimi, Japanese historic tileproducing area, will be making its debut on the world stage this year. The variety of skills and techniques, passed down in Tajimi through 1300 years of tradition and history led to the concept of “bespoke“ tiles: Catering to architects and designers, Tajimi Custom Tiles creates unique tiles based on careful consultation, combining innovation with the best materials and techniques.
Tajimi Custom Tiles, the new brand based in Tajimi, the historic center of the Japanese tile industry, creates custom-tailored tiles catering to architects and designers globally. On the occasion of the brand’s global launch in October 2020 in Tokyo, Tajimi Custom Tiles will present two experimental installations based on the notion of tiles, by renowned designers and modern-day craftspersons Max Lamb (UK) and Kwangho Lee (KR).