N-PL01 Lamps featured at the entrance to the Karimoku Case exhibition at Milan Design Week 2024.

Karimoku Case exhibited recently at Milan Design Week 2024, a large scale space at Rho Fiera. Spanning 160 m2, the exhibition space was be curated by Norm Architects, the brandʼs design director, and the architect Keiji Ashizawa.

Under the theme of “natural contrast”, the exhibition offered visitors a new way to experience of the brand with an awareness of the harmony between darkness and light.

The space was used to showcase the latest items designed for Case Study 09 Bellustar Tokyo and Case Study 10 Azabu Hills Residence, creating a space where visitors could enjoy the brand’s concept and the unique designs which are aimed at rethinking the relationship between space and furniture.

Photo Credit: Jonas Bjerre Poulsen

Under the theme of “natural contrast”, the exhibition offered visitors a new way to experience of the brand.
The shape of the N-PL01 Pendant Lamp mimics the high and triangular shaped roof construction of the Archipelago House on the Swedish coast. The bottom of the lamp has been covered with a single piece of Washi paper, which is cleverly held in place by a few magnets, making it easy to disassemble and change the bulb. The bottom acts as a screen, hiding the light source and creating a warm and indirect light that is diffused not only down but also to the sides.

The shape of the N-PL01 Pendant Lamp mimics the high and triangular shaped roof construction of the Archipelago House on the Swedish coast. The bottom of the lamp has been covered with a single piece of Washi paper, which is cleverly held in place by a few magnets, making it easy to disassemble, should you need to change the bulb. The bottom furthermore acts as a screen, hiding the light source and creating a warm and indirect light that is diffused not only down but also to the sides.

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N-S03 Sofa and N-S03 Lounge Chair paired with a new coffee table design which is yet to be commercially released and a new, miniature version of the N-PL01 Pendant Lamp – please enquire for details.

A new sofa design which is yet to be commercially released, has been presented with Case Study 10 Azabu Hills Residence. Featured with N-ST02 Coffee Table.

Karimoku Case is born out of admiration and love for serene beauty, material richness and timeless appeal.

N-S02 Modular Sofa and N-CT01 Coffee Table paired with a contemporary wall sculpture by Sara Martinsen – please enquire for details.

N-S03 Sofa and N-S03 Lounge Chair paired with a new coffee table design which is yet to be commercially released and a new, miniature version of the N-PL01 Pendant Lamp – please enquire for details.

A new sofa design which is yet to be commercially released, has been presented with Case Study 10 Azabu Hills Residence. Featured with N-ST02 Coffee Table.

Karimoku Case is born out of admiration and love for serene beauty, material richness and timeless appeal.

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