Designed by Masanori Oji and made by Futagami, Japan. Brass bottle openers with a presence. Easy-to-use, beautiful functional objects.WAKU" means "frame" in Japanese. It's a bottle opener with a simple frame shape. The outer surface is hairline-finished while it has a crude casting surface inside.Founded in 1897, FUTAGAMI has a long history of making brass artifacts used in the Buddhist traditions. Brass products gradually change their colour over the course of many years dues to oxidation. The longer they are used, the richer they become.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Masanori Oji Material: Brass Dimensions: 5.5"L
Carrie LED lamp is not only beautiful but also highly functional: due to the rechargeable LED light, it can be used as a bedside lamp as well as a portable source of illumination for summer houses, picnics and evening walks on the beach. The dimmable, lantern-like lamp is perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere.
Country of Design: Denmark Design Award: Best if Modern Design 2016
Designer: Norm Architects Size: 5.3" D x 9.6" H Material: Powder Coated Steel, Opal Glass
This Japanese wind chime bell rings light and crisp with every good breeze. Includes the requisite message sheet, a long and narrow piece of paper to write welcome messages and other good wishes you would like to be carried on the wind.
Country of Design: JapanDimension: 3" x 3.5"Material: Cast Iron, Paper
In celebration of the modern master of minimalistic form and design, Japan’s Riki Watanabe’s 1970’s Chiisana Tokei (small clock) design is reissued by the Lemnos clock label to commemorate Watanabe’s 100th birth anniversary. The personal size of the Lemnos Chiisana Tokei clock is stylishly simple and would be ideal as an office or living room.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Riki Watanabe Dimensions: 4.8"D x 2.8"W Material: Pure Copper, ABS Resin, Glass