Posts tagged as 'Yukari Hotta'

Sat 10.3.

‘Hako’ stool by Yukari Hotta (JP)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 10.03.2012 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

Detail view of Yukari Hotta's 'Hako' stool

‘Hako’, Japanese for ‘box’, is quite literal description of the recent product created by a young Tokyo-born Copenhagen-based designer Yukati Hotta. Composed of five separate parts, the beautifully minimalist and quintessentially Japanese ‘Hako’ is a simple, cushion topped wooden stool which can double as a neat, ribbon-wrapped storage piece. ‘Hako’ was presented last month at Greenhouse exhibition during this year’s edition of Stockholm Furniture Fair. (more…)

Wed 24.2.

‘Kile’ by Yukari Hotta

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 24.02.2010 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

The Japanese-born designer Yukari Hotta graduated from Kolding Designschool in Danmark and his creative work seems to reflect his cultural influences. The sophisticated joints of his shelf ‘Kile’ are based on a tradiational Japanese technique, fastened by simple wooden wedges.

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

'Kile' by Yukari Hotta

seen @ Dagens Design

to the Yukari website