This multi-purpose pavilion designed by architect Kengo Kuma stands on the grounds of The One Nanyuan, Taiwan.
In an effort to reconnect with Chinese culture from centuries past, the W2 Chair takes its inspiration from the shapes typical of traditional benches.
The Haiku 60 fan is the first Big Ass Fan designed with homes and small(ish) spaces in mind. It is the world’s most efficient, quiet, and sustainable ceiling fan.
Made of a special tin alloy, the X Chopsticks Rest is a set of double-purpose chopstick holders, created by the poetic souls of Taiwan’s Woo Collective.
The Rhythm of Lattice tableware set takes its key inspiration from the patterns on windows and doors in classic Chinese gardens.