Torii: from Japanese culture to the intimacy of our homes
Renato Zamberlan / 2015

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Japanese Torii mark the entrance to a shrine. What better name could there be for a piece of furniture that expresses the intimacy of our homes?
Torii coffee tables feature a very thin ceramic top that seems to float in a vacuum.
The different sizes and heights allow a game of joints and overlaps with practical benefits, not just aesthetic.
Also featured in this picture are the Billie sofa and the Network bookshelf.
The clean lines and minimalist character make it easy to use Torii in contract settings.
Also featured in this picture are
the Solaio bookshelf, the Quadror sculpture and the Tout le Jour lounge chairs.
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