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The Ripples bench, designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito (Pritzker Prize 2013) represents the perfect encounter of five precious woods to redefine the nature of any space.
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The rain making ripples in the water inspired the Archistar who translated them into a flow of wood worked and finished by hand with the care and skill of Horm's master cabinetmakers.
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Over time, Ripples has contaminated all living environments, giving birth to a collection of different furnishing accessories: tables, stools, outdoor seating, side tables, nightstands and sideboards.
Ripples Table and Ripples Stools
Bifronte | Accent table
Ripples Bar Stools
Ripples Box
Bifronte | Nightstand
ComRì | Sideboard
ComRì | Chest of drawers
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Ripples can also be used in external environments thanks to the Ripples Outdoor version, made of okoumé wood that whitstands humidity or light rain.
Ripples Outdoor | Bench made of okoume wood
In the spaces intended for the public, Ripples Contract plays a leading role by helping to warm the environments with the warmth of wood, living material par excellence, capable of creating intimate, comfortable and relaxing spaces.
Ripples Indoor | Bench made of walnut, mahogany, cherry, oak, ash
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