Inspired by the way pattern and texture interweave in a fabric, the Ami Ami chair (its name in Japanese literally means "to weave"), was born of designer Tokujin Yoshioka's wish to reproduce one of the stylistic icons typical of his country - weaving. The simple squared off lines contrast with the richness of the weaving and this is achieved on the inner and outer surfaces through a complex industrial process which recreates the motif using a single mould. Ami Ami brings together the appeal of oriental culture and the use of innovative materials like polycarbonate and is available in two transparent versions - crystal and smoke, and in three matte versions - red, white and black.
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Yoshioka was born in Saga Prefecture in 1967. After graduating from Kuwasawa Design School in 1986, he worked under Shiro Kuramata and Issey Miyake before becoming a freelance designer in 1992....