• Hiroshima sideboard, 2008, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima sideboard, 2008, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima sideboard, 2008, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima sideboard, 2008, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni

Hiroshima sideboard, 2008

Hiroshima sideboard by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The “Hiroshima” series was released in 2008. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa, the aim was to create furniture that combines robustness with designs that will remain fresh and vital.

The “Hiroshima” series, in particular, reflects the Japanese aesthetic as applied to wood and the skills that make it possible for this aesthetic to be brought to life in everyday contexts. Products in this series, therefore, have a natural wood finish with almost no paint or varnish.

Sideboard with a simple, subtle structure that highlights the natural wood used and places no restrictions on where in the home it can be used.

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Hiroshima sideboard by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The “Hiroshima” series was released in 2008. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa, the aim was to create furniture that combines robustness with designs that will remain fresh and vital.

The “Hiroshima” series, in particular, reflects the Japanese aesthetic as applied to wood and the skills that make it possible for this aesthetic to be brought to life in everyday contexts. Products in this series, therefore, have a natural wood finish with almost no paint or varnish.

Sideboard with a simple, subtle structure that highlights the natural wood used and places no restrictions on where in the home it can be used.

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160w x 45d x 58cmh

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Available in beech (urethane whitish), oak (urethane clear or urethane whitish) and walnut (urethane clear or urethane light brown).

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Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

The name of the company was changed to Maruni Wood Industry, Inc. in 1933, after which the company set about achieving the industrial application of crafts skills in distinction to traditional Japanese methods of furniture production, which had remained until then firmly rooted in the field of the handicrafts.

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