With its pure silhouette, Torii takes both its name and form from the Japanese culture, making reference to the arches which are usually found at the entrance of the Shinto shrines, representing the frontier between earthly and sacred matters. A polyvalent bench with connectivity options and a plus: it can be set to the same height as a chair, meaning it can be combined with other chairs and placed with normal desks or dining tables.
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Their sign is mature and controlled, which binds coherently like a fil rouge, very different projects, where every function, every shape, every aesthetic is transverse in a temporal dialogue from one object to another from one company to another, a deconstructed vocabulary that generates a free vocabulary because as they claim “No freedom can restrict the freedom of others”.
In 25 years they have investigated practically all the types of furniture, dressing with emotions the functions without ever being repetitive even if they are recognizable.