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Tokio: revolutionary furniture and lighting

Design | March 19, 2014 |

1 mingTokio, Ming Chair. Image courtesy of Tokio

Tokio: revolutionary furniture and lighting

Tokio is a new furniture & lighting brand. Simple, clean but always with a playful touch. By using different materials Tokio aims to build a diverse collection of design pieces, for both contract and residential market. First collection features a modular LED lamp, a single seater lounge sofa and a low laying lounge chair.

2 mingTokio, Ming Chair. Image courtesy of Tokio

Ming Chair & Stool’s form and unexpected use of material are the main characteristics of Ming product family. Made of EPP-expanded polypropylene the chair and stool are lightweight and ideal for playing with while working on your interior design project. Ming is also environmentally conscious. It is 100% recyclable and during manufacturing of raw material, CO2 is actually consumed rather then emitted.

3 quadTokio, Quad Sofa. Image courtesy of Tokio

Quad Sofa is a small lounger that redefines how you sit and relax. Put several together and you can redefine the space as well. You can create a two seater sofa or an island and use the wide range of bright available colors for which only the best of fabrics is used. It is perfect for contract and home use.

4 ljubanaTokio, Ljubljana Chair. Image courtesy of Tokio

Modularity, distinctive forms and a surprising use of materials are among the main features of the Ljubljana Chair. Made of EPP-expanded polypropylene, the lightweight modules are ideal elements for playing with as you develop your interior design. Like Ming Chair, also Ljubljana Chair is  environmentally friendly, because it is 100% recyclable.

5 carbonTokio, Carbon Light. Image courtesy of Tokio

Modular, feather light carbon fiber body parts of Carbon Light enable this wonder of technology. And it performs exceptional as well. Latest in LED with 6W bulbs gives you all the light you ever dreamed of. 4LED lamp already puts out combined 1940 lumens whereas 12LED lamp puts out a total of 5820 lumens. Carbon Light comes in 4 led, 6 led and 12 led version as a standard product.

more. www.tokiotokio.com

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