“SUKI” refers to “like”, which means to love and respect object or event, appreciating its value through own aesthetics or values as an unbroken line on and after the late modern period. Since “SUKI” in Kanji character consists of “number” and “assemble”, it can be interpreted to create something valuable by selecting and assembling each element together. So I would like to name this collection a SUKI, which subtitle is “Composed Elements Series”. I wish for the collection to be a piece of furniture bornt to editing well-chosen material and elements thorough peculiarly Japanese aesthetics. SUKI was poured into my wish that this furniture is to include Japanese aesthetics having contemporary form.
- Tomoyuki Sakakida