shigeki fujishiro knot basket
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nov 11, 2010
shigeki fujishiro knot basket

knot basket by shigeki fujishiro
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the knot basket is the most recent work of japanese designer shigeki fujishiro,
all baskets are handmade by himself with a vibrant red rope.
the basket is strong enough
to stand on its own but constructed seamlessly at the base and handle.

knot basket by shigeki fujishiro
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hang it on a wall, use it on the floor as a laundry basket,
or even a magazine rack. made entirely with knots, this adhesive-free product is made of 100% polyester
and will also make an ideal companion for outdoor adventures.

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if you are around clasca store in tokyo (one of designboom’s favorite shops in town), stop by and check
out the exhibit. there are a
lot of great pieces in the shop like the frame mobiles by the same
by applying transparent strings to the frames they look as if they are floating and another nice spatial
effect is made by their shadows.

‘frames’ installation at the clasca store, tokyo
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shigeki fujishiro
image © designboom

shigeki fujishiro was born in 1974 in tokyo.
he graduated from wako university with a BA in economics and from
kuwasawa design school, tokyo.
fujishiro worked for the japanese company IDEE from 1998 as a furniture
designer before he
opened his own studio in 2005, shigeki fujishiro design.

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