No. 10 - New trays by Teruhiro Yanagihara
Since Skagerak launched The Table Project together with the renowned Japanese porcelain brand 1616 / arita japan this spring, new trays by the designer and architect Teruhiro Yanagihara have been underway. No. 10 is inspired by the original Japanese Banjū tray, a stackable tray that is used to transport and serve the traditional confection manjū. The name, No. 10, pronounced in Japanese, imitates the sounds of ban and jyu – Japanese wordplay on the source of inspiration.
Designed by Teruhiro Yanagihara
Material: Oak, FSC Mix
Available from November 2019
Small: 36,5x30x3,5 / Medium: 45x32x3,5 / Large: 53,5x34x3,5
No. 10 is a minimal but functional tray collection that fits into most settings. The trays come in three different sizes and are suitable for serving tea or for presenting food and small serving bowls. No. 10 trays are made of untreated oak and are sold individually but also fit together in a set of three.
Small: 395 DKK / 539 NOK / 589 SEK / 55 EUR / 49 GBP / 75 USD
Medium: 495 DKK / 679 NOK / 739 SEK / 69 EUR / 65 GBP / 95 USD
Large: 595 DKK / 799 NOK / 889 SEK / 85 EUR / 75 GBP / 115 USD
About the Designer
Teruhiro Yanagihara is an interior architect and designer who has his own studio in addition to being Head of Design for 1616 / arita japan. Teruhiro Yanagihara and Skagerak met a few years ago, and gradually, the idea of The Table Project began to take form. The Table Project includes 100 selected Arita pieces from Teruhiro Yanagihara’s versatile tableware collection that were hand-painted by the Danish design studio All the Way to Paris. The studio dived into Arita’s company archives and 400-year-old heritage and translated this inspiration into a contemporary idiom. The Table Project items were all one-off pieces, but now the entire Arita collection by Teruhiro Yanagihara is available from Skagerak Store.
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