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Wall hanging vase
Takuya Nishimoto’s beautiful range ’Sen’ places focus on the timeless character of brass. His collection is intended to age, softly tarnishing and oxidising over time, which he compliments with ageless minimal forms.
Designer / Brass craftsman Takuya Nishimoto, Based in Kyoto
Born in 1980, Takuya attended University in Kobe, Japan where he studied Product Design. He specialised in metals, focusing on a variety of projects inclusive of jewellery design and interior design. After graduating, Takuya travelled for two years, visiting 68 different countries. During this time, Takuya was able to gain further insight into interior design and architecture. After returning from his travels, Takuya began his metal work range ‘SEN' to express his design vision. ‘SEN' has lead to many exhibitions throughout Japan and other parts of Asia. Takuya's ethos; to come up some new products that are not intensionally design to design.
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