In the Japanese home, one grows up in a peaceful atmosphere, as much in the colours, the lines of the
walls and the flow of traffic through the home, as in the role played by each object. Here, disconnection
from material, superficial reigns supreme. One satisfies oneself with little and in particular with essential
objects : this is the art of simplicity.
« This consists of sharing a vision which aims to improve our lifestyle, whether by small details or by
more important elements, by going further than the market dictates to us. » Keiji Takeuchi.
Here, in this reclining armchair, minimal beauty is commensurate with perfection. Volumes follow on
from functions, as demonstrated by the lumbars and headrest.
The interlocking of the base demands that the latter is worked to a 200th of a mm. The base is folded
Takeuchi has designed everything, right down to the very least detail. This obliged us to invent new
gluing techniques, particularly with regard to the headrest.
The finish, along with the comfort, attest to the perfection of the design.
This armchair could be given a bi-colour treatment and would be ideally covered in Vidar, Kyoto or