New Feature – Interview with Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro

We recently released the ‘Kino Stool’ by Memo Furniture in collaboration with Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro.

Born in Okinawa, Kensaku studied at the Polytechnic School in Milan and worked at Barber & Osgerby in London. Oshiro used the inspiration of the surrounding Seattle landscape, where Memo is based, to reconfigure the traditional wooden stool, offering a unique perspective by changing the shape of the stool by mixing bold lines with the grain of high quality wood.

You can learn more about this piece of furniture with Memo on our feature page via the link below. The stools are now available in our shop for purchase here.

Click here to view feature our interview with Kensaku Oshiro ⟶