Koichi Futatsumata

Fukuoka, Japan

Koichi Futatsumata Studio, led by acclaimed Japanese designer Koichi Futatsumata, is an innovative design firm specializing in creating diverse products and objects. Futatsumata began his career in 1998 and has since made his mark in various fields, including architecture, interior design, furniture, and product design. The studio is recognized for its insightful examination of the interplay between practicality and aesthetics. It partners with various labels, corporations, and private clients, demonstrating its wide-ranging design philosophy. As the driving force behind both Koichi Futatsumata Studio and spatial design firm CASE-REAL, Futatsumata executes a plethora of international projects from his bases in Fukuoka and Tokyo. His notable works include the "GO" stool, "4FB" coat hanger, "SAND" chair, and a distinct cutlery set for "valerie_objects". His "22 hybrid tube amplifier" is a part of the permanent collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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