The Tokyo-Pop collection marks, in 2002, the debut on the international scene by Tokujin Yoshioka, now considered one of the masters of contemporary design. The sofa, the armchair and especially the day-bed and the stool, forget the banality of rotational molding to become sculptures. Unforgettable and unusual shapes.
- Width: 176.7 cm / 69.6 inch
- Depth: 77.9 cm / 30.7 inch
- Height: 75.4 cm / 29.7 inch
- Seat Height: 41.9 cm / 16.5 inch
- Armrests Height: 62.9 cm / 24.8 inch
- Indoor/outdoor use
Driade is an aesthetic lab in continuous search for beauty in living space. The vast Driade catalogue includes home, garden and public spaces furniture. pieces of art and objects for daily use, souls that blend each other harmoniously. all this makes Driade unique in design world. The aesthetic lab is the result of the desire to introduce experimentation into mass-produced products. The search for creativity in each product constitutes the mission of the enterprise itself. Driade creates products that are unique, eclectic, eccentric but at the same time elegant, timeless and, above all, joyful. Within this alchemy of means of expression and sensations, everyone finds a Driade that it looks like him.
Driade Tokyo-Pop Sofa Designed by:
- Tokujin Yoshioka
Tokujin Yoshioka is a Japanese artist and designer. Many of his works are part of the permanent collections of museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Vitra Design Museum in Germany. In 2007, Yoshioka was selected by the Japanese edition of Newsweek as one of the "100 most respected Japanese by the world."
Yoshioka's recent notable work would be the store design concepts for Swarovski, including his work for the Swarovski flagship in Ginza. In the line of space designs, Yoshioka has been producing the boutique designs for Issey Miyake for more than 20 years.