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Hokkaido – Japanese Inspired Chair by Vasil Velchev

Submitted by Vasil Velchev, Hokkaido chair is named after second largest island in Japan to honor the island. Shuriken, Japanese warrior weapon is the stylized logo of the island, a cool seven point star, which is also used on this chair. You can clearly see that the overall look of this chair was inspired by […]

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