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KYOTO PREMIUM brings Luxury Quality Life at Maison & Objet
Jan '08
KYOTO PREMIUM will showcase a total of 24 home decoration items which highlight a new lifestyle concept that combines the highest quality crafting techniques, exquisite beauty and modern design of Kyoto at Maison & Objet 2008, Europe's premiere international lifestyle trade fair that introduces the newest trends to the world, from January 25-29. Their booth will be located in the high-end area called “Interior Scenes,” Hall 5B, Stand C14.

This season, KYOTO PREMIUM has adopted the theme “Essence of Life: Luxury Moments in Everyday Life,” and created contemporary items used unique fabric made from bamboo, kimono textile (Kyo-yuzen, Nishijin-ori and Chirimen) arts and crafts, Japanese Umbrella Table Lamp, etc., that are inspired by traditional techniques, figures and patterns, yet elicit an appreciation for worldwide interior design trends.

With these items, KYOTO PREMIUM suggests new life trends for the next generation, bringing “Luxury Quality Life,” from Kyoto to the world.

Main Attractions and Features:
• Yuzen Notebook /Re-utilizing traditional kimono jacket lining patterns in a contemporary fashion.
• New Material Eco Bag /Inventing products with natural materials from silk and bamboo.
• Nishijin Table Runner /Using inherited traditional weaving techniques to make bold designs.
• Japanese Pattern Decoration Tape /The beauty of Japanese designs and craftsmanship to stimulate the playful spirit.

Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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