Yusuke Seki

Interior designer Tokyo / Japan

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Yusuke Seki
Yusuke Seki is a Tokyo based Designer.
His approach to design challenges is to conceptualize and revaluate into irreplaceable design with new interpretations. His designs, at first glance, embrace simplicity and minimalism. His inspiration comes directly from pre-existing contextual aspects such as materials, location, histories; all gathered and represented through a formal design approach. Function is essential in his design but through his work he focuses on facts and phenomena of the environment, incorporating essential design methods from the past, passed through to the future.

Born in 1978, Seki has worked for the Interior Design Office in Tokyo, as well as a list of corporate clients that includes AU and Sony. Seki has also worked independently on design products and architectural space design, and many of his works have been exhibited at the Milan Salone, Designer’s Block, the Tokyo Style Exhibition, and Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair. Since establishing his own studio in 2008, he has designed for a variety of spaces, such as shops, fashion boutiques, candy stores and hair salons and beyond.
Yusuke  Seki
Yusuke Seki
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Yusuke Seki is a Tokyo based Designer. His approach to design challenges is to conceptualize and revaluate into irreplaceable design with new interpretations. His designs, at first glance, embrace simplicity and minimalism. His inspiration comes directly from pre-existing contextual aspects such as materials, location, histories; all gathered and represented through a formal design approach. Function is essential in his design but through his work he focuses on facts and phenomena of the environment, incorporating essential design methods from the past, passed through to the future. Born in 1978, Seki has worked for the Interior Design Office in Tokyo, as well as a list of corporate clients that includes AU and Sony. Seki has also worked independently on design products and architectural space design, and many of his works have been exhibited at the Milan Salone, Designer’s Block, the Tokyo Style Exhibition, and Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair. Since establishing his own studio in 2008, he has designed for a variety of spaces, such as shops, fashion boutiques, candy stores and hair salons and beyond.