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Designer
Isamu Saito
Year
1950s

Saito Wood is a family owned company with a proud history that dates back to 1948. The company has humble beginnings, starting when founder Isamu Saito used the plywood moulding techniques he learned in the army to make small canisters. Saito would stack these on a bicycle trailer, ride into town and sell them to the locals.

By the 1960s Saito Wood had created a range of striking and beautiful products, all with vibrantly grained plywood. The designs perfectly captured the simple elegance of the Japanese aesthetic and became a coveted object in homes, restaurants and hotels throughout Japan and Europe.

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Dimensions
Length
35.5
cm
Depth
18
cm
Height
38
cm
Materials

Premium timber-moulded plywood and stainless steel
Available in Walnut, Black Ash or White Oak

Lead Time

Our furniture and lighting products generally require production and transport lead times. Please contact us to confirm timeframe.

Additional Info

Authentic Modern Design
Made in Japan
Fits up to 9 Wine Bottles

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Saito Wood is a family owned company with a proud history that dates back to 1948. After the war Isamu Saito started a small factory producing plywood cylinders. Saito would stack these on his bicycle trailer and sell them to local townspeople.

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Isamu Saito

Isamu Saito's experience with plywood began at a factory he worked in during WW2 for the Japanese army. Due to the shortage of iron it was necessary to explore different ways to produce necessary items from unconventional raw materials.

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