Ritzwell’s 2019 Collection

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An elegant furniture collection that blends Japanese minimalism and premium materials.

Based in Fukuoka, Japan and Milan, Italy, Ritzwell has been making quality furniture inspired by organic modernism since the early 1990s. The company has recently unveiled new products that have joined the permanent Ritzwell collection. One more stylish than the other, the designs include a chair and tables as well as a cabinet for audio-visual equipment.

Created by Jun Kamahara, the JK Easy Chair, JK Side Table, and JK Coffee Table have an elegant design that complements any décor. The chair features a tubular stainless steel frame with an acrylic urethane coating. Both the deep leather seat and the plush back cushion enhance seating comfort. The frame comes in six color versions, while the leather seat along with the leather backrest come in five colors. Boasting a tubular steel frame, the two tables also feature a distinctive top with a variable thickness. In the square top version, the corners curve upwards, while the circular top tables boast beveled edges. Crafted from solid walnut, the top will age gracefully and become even more beautiful with use.

The Jabara AV Board rounds up the Ritzwell 2019 collection. This Shinsaku Miyamoto design blends a minimalist aesthetic with premium materials and practical features. Made from walnut or oak wood, the cabinet also features a steel base and frame. The sliding tambour doors with vertical lines and the dark tinted glass door provide easy access to generous storage spaces. Ideal for storing audio-visual equipment, this elegant cabinet is a great choice for a living room. Like the other products from this range, the Jabara AV Board comes in various color and finish options, to complement any interior. Photographs© Ritzwell.

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