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RIKI WATANABE and Q-DESINERS PRODUCTS

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The Japanese modern products designed by Riki Watanabe and Q-desiners

Solid Stool This stool was originally designed for a house by architect Kiyoshi Seike. After more than half a century, it was productized in 2005. The stool, which became a model of Torii Stool, is characterized by its neat form using the combination of solid wood and steel. Riki Mobike Chamble The mobile that used to decorate the main bar at the Daiichi Hotel in Shinbashi was turned into a product in 2017. The mobile is constructed by combining copper plates, a favorite material of Riki Watanabe, and pure teak. It creates a chic atmosphere through its combination of the solid feeling of the materials and the lightness of the form. Riki Stool Strong enough to use as a chair, but also light enough for children to play with, the Riki stool can be assembled easily and then folded away compactly. This stool is used in many ways in a variety of public areas and workshops.

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