I am a Bench. I don’t mind my position. As long as the team wins, I’m happy sitting on the sidelines.
This oak bench can stand in an entryway or serve as a seating solution for many areas of the home. Pulling the bench out from tables is effortless with the grooved handles hidden along the under-edges of the seat. Handcrafted in the Hokkaido region of Japan, the stool exemplifies the traditional Japanese technique of "fuki-urushi". By repeatedly applying lacquer and then wiping it off, the appearance of a saturated wood grain is achieved. The stool also has subtle marks of the maker’s carving tools that add to its charm and handcrafted appeal.
Ibazen Bench was curated by Stevenson Aung
Maker: Takahito Iba
Dimensions: 9.25” (w) x 29.25” (l) x 16.75" (h) or 235mm (w) x 743mm (l) x 425mm (h)
Weight: 14 lbs or 6.4 kg
Materials: Oak and Lacquer
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