Shigeichiro Takeuchi, Shoehorn
Shigeichiro Takeuchi, Shoehorn
Mikiya Kobayashi, Shoehorn for Kime
Mikiya Kobayashi, Shoehorn for Kime
Nendo, Shoehorn for Maruni
Nendo, Shoehorn for Maruni

The minimalist attitude of contemporary Japanese designers meets the typology of the shoehorn. This very practical object is not so often theme of interior designers. So it is really nice, that three Japanese studios try to explore the design potential of the shoehorn. The outcome represent three minimalist object staying somewhere between functional design and chamber home sculpture for your hall.