Skagerak No. 10 Tray, Medium
No.10 is Japanese minimalism in a tray. Beautiful, simple and practical. Use it as a serving tray or set it directly on the table as a platter with little bowls of food. No.10 is inspired by the original Japanese banjyu trays, which are used to transport and serve the traditional confection manjū. The name, No.10, is a play on words based on the pronunciation of ban and jyu.
Teruhiro Yanagihara (1976, Japan) graduated from Osaka University of Arts in 1999 and decisively established his own company in 2002 to develop an own, identifiable vision on design. Ever since, he has been contributing “borderless” designs for national and international clients. His projects cross boundaries and cultures to form encounters between contemporary design, industries and Japanese crafts. Since 2002,Yanagihara has been active in many design fields. He is a product designer for clients such as Offecct(Sweden), Pallucco (Italy), Wallpaper* (UK) and Kimura Glass (Japan), and an interior designer for Sergio Rossi (Italy) and Less Is More (LIM) Group in Japan, among others. As a creative director he initialized and established the KARIMOKU NEW STANDARD brand, the leather goods collection TYP by Morpho (Japan) and the ceramics brand 1616/ Arita Japan. He is the founding member of the yearly design symposium Designeast in Osaka.