Takaokaya at Paris Maison et Objet 2015: 2015 Collection

At Paris Maison & Objet 2015, Takaokaya will present new handcrafted cushion collections inspired by Kyoto’s millennia in-the-making weaving and dyeing culture. As last year, we’ll be in the exclusive ‘Haute Couture interiors’ Hall 7 (Scènes d’intérieur Gallery) at Stand C178, January 23-27, 2015. We hope to see you there!

Takaokaya at Paris Maison & Objet 2015: 2015 Collection

Takaokaya 2015 Collection, Unveiling at Maison & Objet

 

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Under Construction – Takaokaya at Maison et Objet Paris (January 23-27, 2015)

Once again Takaokaya will be at Maison et Objet Paris, January 23-27, 2015. As last year, we’ll be in the exclusive ‘Haute Couture interiors’ Hall 7. Nanako is hard at work designing our booth and I thought the world should get to see her lovely sketch! We’ll have a formal announcement in the near future with our booth number and so on. In the meantime, please plan to visit us in Paris! We’ve been working on several new Ojami collections that we will unveil at M&O Paris 2015.

Kyoto Takaokaya Maison et Objet Paris 2015 Booth Design

Under Construction: Takaokaya Maison et Objet Paris 2015 Booth Design

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Product Development: A New Collection Based on Traditional Japanese Brocade Textiles

It looks like camouflage to us — but it isn’t! What is ‘funzoe’?

While we are just in the prototyping stage, we just wanted to let you know about a new collection that we are developing with Izutsu, a Kyoto textile house with 310 years of experience in the finest Japanese brocades — used for Buddhist and Shinto priest robes and temple and shrine decorations. We have have been doing prototyping with Izutsu since April and have worked on getting the fabric the appropriate lightness and weave tightness for our handcrafted cushions. Izutsu used their rare, custom-made loom for weaving priest robe fabric for summer.

Product Development: A New Collection Based on Traditional Japanese Brocade Textiles

‘Funzoe’ Pattern Monotone Ojami Cushion

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