st-354
Sekkei means design in Japanese and each of the handrail systems belonging to this range is characterized by its unique design and avant-garde aesthetics.
st-356
Sekkei means design in Japanese and each of the handrail systems belonging to this range is characterized by its unique design and avant-garde aesthetics.
st-358
Sekkei means design in Japanese and each of the handrail systems belonging to this range is characterized by its unique design and avant-garde aesthetics.
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System

HANDRAIL SEKKEI ST-354

This design stands out because of its robust and delicate nature, thanks to slightly smoothed edges of the L-shaped arm.

System

HANDRAIL SEKKEI ST-356

With a square base, this design features straight lines and a geometric aesthetic.

System

HANDRAIL SEKKEI ST-358

The combination of two shapes – one cylindrical and one prismatic – makes this system an original yet simple option.

Ryosuke
Fukusada

Born in Osaka in 1979, after graduating from the Kanazawa College of Art, he started working for Sharp Corporation as a consumer electronics designer and for Studio Urquiola in Milan. In 2012, he founded Fukusada Studio in Kyoto and, since then, Fukusada has offered a wide variety of designs for furniture, lighting, and household items, among others.

The design
process

In developing the Sekkei Handrail, Ryosuke focused on conveying the sensations evoked by the balance between softness and hardness. Thus, he decided to create different design iterations using 3D modeling to produce different realistic models instead of focusing on a specific idea.

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