Takahama is best known as a furniture and lighting designer, and has produced work for Knoll, Gavina, and B&B Italia.
Jano is a stackable chair and also comes with armrests, featuring a bent tubular metal structure. Along with the Tulu, LJin and Gaja chairs, it is symbolic of the innovative journey undertaken by the Japanese architect Takahama in the 1960s.
A chair, as well as a chair with arms, both stackable, their frames constructed from chrome-finished induction-welded bent metal rod. The chair features completely removable covers, either in fabric or leather, the version with arms being available in a matte acrylic finish, with the arms in dark iroko wood. Lijn is a derivation of Jano and has elegant padded arms that add distinction to this comfortable small chair with arms, which also has sled legs. armchair Both of these designs mark a progression in Kazuhide Takahama’s thinking and exploration that began with the Tulu chair. This chair has now been completely redeveloped and further improved by reinforcing the seat with a thermoformed seat and backrest with elastic straps, as well as inserting a wadding cover and zip that allows the upholstery to be removed. New frame finishes are also available.