2023 March 23



After inviting Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, we started searching for one more designing partner who understood traditional techniques, design structures and approaches, and who was also skilled in transforming them to create new values and designs. The obvious choice was GamFratesi. They have great woodworking skills, thorough knowledge of old materials and techniques, and understand the value of redesigning and can apply that understanding in their own designs.

For GamFratesi, collaborating with KOYORI was an opportunity to interpret the wood in its various forms in a broad and honest way. Both creations are beautiful objects that can be considered reinterpretations of Danish traditions and design. The mutual understanding and respect to culture and craftsmanship, the experience and passion allowed the development process with two manufacturers very smoothly.
“The mastery of the craftsmen and the advanced production techniques have allowed the models to be made with precision, overcoming the technical challenges but keeping the concept at the center of the project,” says GamFratesi.

“When you bring home a KOYORI product, I think you bring a piece of time which a person has spent to make it, with attention, with respect, with an eye for detail. I think there are the principles that make a product and also a company like KOYORI which we love!” says Enrico Fratesi.
(More on the KOYORI official interview movie.)

To be continued.

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