The Kyuzo Collection Brings Class and Practicality to the Office

 - Jun 5, 2015
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The Kyuzo Collection is as full of class as it is practicality. Featuring pieces made out of cast iron, aluminum, wood, glass and marble, each one is meant to focus on purity and composition as well as the materials' production capabilities. Named after one of the characters of Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 epic Seven Samurai, the Kyuzo Collection is "driven by materiality and designed to provide divisions of space through subtle hierarchies," writes Design Milk.

Designed by New York City-based designers Visibility for Matter Made, the Kyuzo Collection can be used both in the office and the home. It includes a paperweight, which allots additional space for important documents, a two-tiered folio holder, bookends, a tray for pens and pencils and more.