Being inspired by Japanese design tradition, young designer Mark Laban created sleek, minimalist furniture enhanced by extremely precise details, yet using a digital process of manufacturing.
Digital Daiku draws inspirations from minimalism and rusticity of Japanese tea house’s architecture yet implementing modern production technics. This merger of seemingly opposite features finally merged in well-balanced objects.
To gain the highiest quality of the furniture, Mark fathomed the knowledge about materials, its features, and capabilities deeply. He also used a help of a machine, as all the pieces were created using 3-axis cmc machine, which guaranteed the immense accuracy of producing.
Mark used contemporary language to transform traditional manufacturing into an exquisite design. The project is an answer to nowadays crafts and possibilities in the field of design provided by the digital age, which we live in.