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HANA and Circle, Triangle, Square

Design | April 1, 2016 |

TE and Circle, Triangle, Square by idImage courtesy of id inc.

HANA and Circle, Triangle, Square

“TE” means Hand in Japanese. Collaborate, take time and care, and try every means.
A variety of products are introduced with a value in an approach for respectful creations.
All those three words, collaborate, take time and care, and try every means are one-phrase idioms, including the word Hand in Japanese. Founded in 1965, Ochiai-Seisakusho Co., Ldt. focuses on metal processing. “TE” is its newly-presented Japanese product brand, creating and distributing products beyond the border of business sectors.

 

HANA and Circle, Triangle, SquareImage courtesy of id inc.

Brand Name: TE
Product Name: HANA
Manufacturer: Ken-ichi Ochiai (Ochiai-Seisakusho Co., Ltd.) 
Design: id inc.

HANA means a flower in Japanese, made of magnet and aluminium.
Magnets in a shape of its motif “flower”. Each part like petal can be used alone as well as bundle together. It can be used as a rosette brooch without damaging fabrics. Of course, it can also be used as a magnet in a room.

 

TE and Circle, Triangle, Square by idImage courtesy of id inc.

 

Circle, Triangle, Square is a series of graphically shaped leather accessory case.
Each shape casually shows its function.

Brand Name: role
Product Name: Circle / Triangle / Square
Manufacturer: Hiroshi Matsuoka (role)
Design: id inc.

TE and Circle, Triangle, Square by idImage courtesy of id inc.

 

“Circle coin case”
To keep the round shape without using any clasps, this structure was considered that can be opened by pushing both edges.

“Triangle key case”
When opening it, it becomes a shape like triangular pyramid. This steric shape makes easier to take stuff out.

“Square card case”
With a minimum of turnback and slash, bills and cards can be stored.

TE and Circle, Triangle, Square by idImage courtesy of id inc.

 

more. id-inc.jp

 

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