In 2018 CONDE HOUSE will again participate in IMM Cologne - one of the leading interior shows worldwide.
Having introduced the new TEN (designer: Michael Schneider) and KAMUY (designer: Naoto Fukasawa) collection in 2016, we received record high orders in 2017. Encouraged by this success, we will add new items to TEN and introduce YUKAR, a new series by Naoto Fukasawa.
While showcasing our master craftsmanship in our booth full of Japanese aesthetics, we are happy being able to celebrate the 50th anniversary of CONDE HOUSE worldwide.
Expanding the ongoing success story of TEN, we will introduce the TEN extension table at IMM. The new table serves as a perfect and multifunctional addition to the existing range of lightweight chairs and stationary tables. A new line of sideboards and highboards completes the TEN collection offering a refined TEN atmosphere for any kind of lifestyle.
In a wide variety of work: designing products, furniture, and exhibition places, domestically or internationally, what he is pursuing is unique, beautiful, but practical designs endurable for daily use.For more information »
The new collection YUKAR, meaning epic poems in the Hokkaido local lanuage, consists of a sofa, armchair, ottoman, and round coffee table of which designs fine-tuned by Naoto Fukasawa well express the beauty of Japanese oak. At the Conde House booth of the exhibition, you can experience super comfort created by the wooden parts with smooth texture and the cushions compact but excellent in hold.
Collaborating with globally renown brands as well as consulting and working with Japanese major corporations. He has received numerous national and international design awards. In 2007, he was awarded a title of Honourable Royal Designer for Industry by RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce ), UK. He acted as the chairman for the Good Design Award in Japan between 2010-14. He is a professor at the Department of Integrated Design at Tama Art University. Currently he is acting as the chairman for the Japan Folk Craft Museum.For more information »