TOMO is a minimalist shelving unit created by France-based designer Ferréol Babin. The piece was designed for a Japanese patisserie located in Paris, and is constructed of ash wood and charred oak. Each cabinet sits on a surface consisting of five planks, with the bottom foundation extending outward. The entire piece sits on two wooden planks, referencing the traditional Japanese geta.
Photography by Alexandra Mocanu
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