Chuckle by Karimoko New Standard

Posted on February 16th, 2013 by

Chuckle is a set of small handy trays that gently rock when touched, and, as if to help, slightly lean towards you when taking things out. While not in use, they stack up compactly to save space. (3)

Name: Chuckle

Designer: Karimoko New Standard

Location: Aichi, Japan

Chuckle is a minimal design created by Japan-based designers Karimoko New Standard. The history of Karimoku, Japan’s leading manufacturer of wooden furniture, started from a small woodworking shop established in Kariya, Aichi Prefecture in 1940 by Shohei Kato, who took over a timber company which dates back to the Edo period. Wood processing, surface treatment and coloring technologies had been accumulated through the subcontracting of various wooden parts in the mid-1900s.

Chuckle is a set of small handy trays that gently rock when touched, and, as if to help, slightly lean towards you when taking things out. While not in use, they stack up compactly to save space.

About the Author – Leo Lei

My two passions in life are entrepreneurship and design. I started Leibal as a hobby while I was still studying in college, and it has transformed into a business I could have never imagined. Within design, I love all things minimal. Our focus is to promote as many designers to as many people as possible.

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