The Torii – S by the Japanese manufacturer Karimoku New Standard has been inspired by the motive of the traditional, Japanese Shinto-shrine gate archway. These gates called Torii (English: bird’s seat), embody the archetype of Japanese architecture and aesthetics.
Torii - S ("S" for stool) is worked by means of traditional Japanese carve techniques, so that the feet suit exactly in the seat. This traditional works and its spiritual idol make the Torii – S chair a special appearance.
The sophisticated, Japanese (Itaya) maple made Karimoku New Standard Torii – S bribes by its concept behind the design, besides the material and the high quality production - since its examples the Torii are not only gates, but they are much more the passage into a spiritual world.