• seven doors
    7 types of doors designed for the 70th anniversary
    By adding ideas made use of the various techniques and experiences our company
    possessed to make basic doors, many by-products were created which literally “opened”
    new possibilities. Seven doors did not settle with one product but exploited the potential for
    future product development.
  • 01lamp
    A door with lighting equipment desi
    gned by using the wiring technology
    used in electronic locks for entrance
    doors.
    ¥325,000
  • 02baby
    Given the idea from fittings for nursery
    schools and kindergartens, a door
    where adults and children can get in
    and out of one that matches their own
    size.
    ¥175,000
  • 03wall
    By covering up a door with ele
    ments that are usually fixed to
    the wall, such as “shelves”
    and “picture frames”, the
    door’s presence stands out
    less and it fitted into the walls
    more naturally. For the product
    ion of the shelves and picture
    frames, a technology used for
    finishing up the edges of a
    flush door known as the “V
    cut” was used. Also, a new
    type of junction was created so
    that the picture frames can be
    easily attached and detached
    when the door is opened or
    closed without shaking.
    coming soon
  • 04hang
    A door that can have various accesso
    ries attached to made possible by in
    serting a 2.5mm thick magnet sheet
    inside the door. By incorporating things
    such as trays, trash cans, planters, vases
    and containers, the door turns into a
    “storage” which is more than just a
    place to get in and out.
    ¥290,000
  • 05slide
    You can have better lighting or
    allow air to circulate or make a link
    with the next door like a window
    shade in front of a window. In this
    manner, we added a new value by
    using technologies used for sliding
    doors.
    coming soon
  • 06kumiko
    A door designed using kumiko (refined
    lattice-work) techniques used for Japa
    nese-style room fittings. The kumiko
    gradually changes into a plain door.
    A design only a company with both
    craftsmen’s handwork skills and high
    crafting technology would be able to
    perform, such as ours.
    ¥974,000 (a-type)
    ¥498,500 (b-type)
  • 07corner
    A door that aimed to make a
    change in the way how people
    think about furniture layouts and
    floor plans, by creating an entrance
    in the corner of a room. In addi
    tion, we discovered that having the
    door open widely allows people in
    wheelchairs to access easier.
    coming soon
  • seven doors
    7 types of doors designed for the 70th anniversary
    seven doors 創立70周年に合わせてデザインした7種類のドア。
  • 01 lamp
    A door with lighting equipment designed by using the wiring technology used in electronic locks for entrance doors.
    ¥325,000
  • 02 baby
    Given the idea from fittings for nursery schools and kindergartens, a door where adults and children can get in and out of one that matches their own size
    ¥175,000
  • 03 wall
    By covering up a door with elements that are usually fixed to the wall, such as “shelves” and “picture frames”, the door’s presence stands out less and it fitted into the walls more naturally. For the product ion of the shelves and picture frames, a technology used for finishing up the edges of a flush door known as the “V cut” was used. Also, a new type of junction was created so that the picture frames can be easily attached and detached when the door is opened or closed without shaking.
    coming soon
  • 04 hang
    A door that can have various accessories attached to made possible by in serting a 2.5mm thick magnet sheet inside the door. By incorporating things such as trays, trash cans, planters, vases and containers, the door turns into a “storage” which is more than just a place to get in and out.
    ¥290,000
  • 05 slide
    You can have better lighting or allow air to circulate or make a link with the next door like a window shade in front of a window. In this manner, we added a new value by using technologies used for sliding doors.
    coming soon
  • 06 kumiko
    A door designed using kumiko (refined lattice-work) techniques used for Japanese-style room fittings. The kumiko gradually changes into a plain door.A design only a company with both craftsmen’s handwork skills and high crafting technology would be able to perform, such as ours.
    ¥974,000 (aタイプ)
    ¥498,500 (bタイプ)
  • 07 corner
    A door that aimed to make a change in the way how people think about furniture layouts and floor plans, by creating an entrance in the corner of a room. In addi tion, we discovered that having the door open widely allows people in wheelchairs to access easier.
    coming soon
  • We announced seven doors
    at Salone del Mobile. Milano 2015
    We announced the “New design doors -seven doors-” at the International Furniture Fair Salone del Mobile. Milano 2015. These doors were designed through the collaboration with nendo, an internationally well-known design office, and by incorporating nendo’s representative Sato’s innovative ideas that detach from conventional conceptions. We also had the “seven doors” displayed at “nendo works 2014-2015”,
    a large exhibition held by nendo to present their new products, inside the Museo della Permanente in Italy.