Developed in Japan, LIMEX is a inorganic filler dispersoid composite that includes over 50% inorganic materials such as calcium carbonate. It is a new material that can molded into plastic and paper alternatives and recycled, and which has limestone as its main raw material. This new sustainable wall decoration employs Japanese papercutting techniques.
These decorative objects, offering a completely new sense of value, are made using traditional Hakata doll-making techniques to create familiar designs and expressions that suit modern commercial and living environments. Individually crafted by skilled artisans, these items have been well received both in Japan and abroad.
Produced by a manufacturer with a 50-year history, these floral arrangements are so beautifully textured and well designed that they could be mistaken for fresh flowers, with each one being meticulously arranged by skilled florists. The designs are characterized by four different styles coordinated to perfectly reflect modern commercial and living space designs.
Tsubame-Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture, is known as Japan’s metalworking powerhouse. The stainless steel planters created by skilled metalworkers are seamless and finished like works of art. Combining these planters with artificial greenery enables you to create a more beautiful and luxurious space.