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Seven – Tenths hanging furniture | Image courtesy of Yuki Matsumoto, Design Soil

Seven – Tenths hanging furniture

May 24 2013, 2:30 pm 0 Marco Russo

After showing you Torque Table and Water Balance vase, today I conclude with the projects exhibited at Design Soil stand at SaloneSatellite in Milan, presenting “Seven – Tenths”, the series of suspension furniture and furnishing elements created by Japanese designer Yuki Matsumoto. A small collection with essential design that includes storage cabinets with shutters, swinging storage shelves and bird houses. Oscillating structures made ​​of birch and pine wood, hanging by a rope through a cylinder, a simple element that once hooked and stuck in the slots can transform everyday objects into fascinating modular solutions to hang and assemble as needed.

Designer: Yuki Matsumoto

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