Kitayama Storage BY Garnier et Linker
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Kitayama cedar is typical of nothern Kyoto mountains forests. For 600 years, men have been controling each tree’s growth in order to get very straight trunks without any knot. Logs have traditionally been used for building tea houses. Its naturally bumpy grain, hidden underneath its bark, is one of a kind. Discovered during a travel in Japan, Kitayama cedar’s unique texture inspired them a furniture collection. Trunks are polished and cut in Kyoto, and sent to France. Each piece of furniture is handmade according to traditional cabinet making techniques.
HIGH CUPBOARD: width 80 cm/31.5 in, height 190 cm/75 in, depth 47 cm/18.5 in.
LOW CUPBOARD: width 115 cm/45 in, height 160 cm/63 in, depth 47 cm/18.5 in.
4 DOORS SIDEBOARD: width 200 cm/79 in, height 70 cm/27.5 in, depth 52 cm/20.5 in.
6 DOORS HANGING SIDEBOARD: width 295 cm/116 in, height 60 cm/24 in, depth 52 cm/ 0.5in
SIDEBOARD: width 105 cm/41 in, height 110 cm/43 in, depth 47 cm/18.5 in.
Garnier et Linker
Guillaume Garnier and Florent Linker are two French creators based in Paris. Their work is about giving a contemporary design to rare materials and savoir-faire. All pieces are handmade in small series by French master craftsmen. As designers, they get their inspiration from decorative arts and sculpture, to create pure-shaped forms revealing their materiality. With their background in interior design, they offer objects that meet all demands of modern interiors, with bespoke options according to architects and decorators needs.