No. 10 Tray S Skagerak
Designed by Teruhiro Yanagihara
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.
Oak FSC Mix. LxWxH: 36,5 x 30x3,5 cm.
about the designer
Teruhiro Yanagihara grew up in Kagawa on the island of Shikoku, one of the smallest prefectures in Japan, which also includes the island of Naoshima, known for its contemporary art. Yanagihara studied design at Osaka University of Art and established his own studio in 2002 with the vision of exploring the boundaries between tradition and renewal, linking modern technology and the demands of industrial production with a strong Japanese sense of aesthetics and spirituality. Today, Yanagihara is based in Osaka with design collaborations all over the world. In addition to designing products, interiors and exhibitions in his own studio, he also has a career as the creative director of 1616 / arita japan, amongst other brands.
Skagerak is Danish design company with roots deeply grounded in Scandinavian design and tradition for good craftsmanship. it is owned by Jesper and Vibeke Panduro, who live with their two children in the Northern harbour city of Aalborg. This is where Skagerak was founded too, back in 1976, when the first dreams of making long-lasting design took form.