How would you define this collection?
Saku arises from a change in the perception of the bathroom environment, by awakening a sensitivity that leads us back to a more attractive look, closer to the user. A recess to purity, to nature, to the organic, with light and delicately shaped objects that also give the collection an aura of sophistication.
What inspired your design?
Shapes of plants, how they grow and evolve, hence the name for the collection, “saku” to flower in Japanese. The idea was to study it formally from an Eastern perspective; the study of nature and the role it plays in its culture and traditions, while still including a conceptual and constructive precision.