British-Japanese Designer Reiko Kaneko


Reiko Kaneko

Reiko Kaneko established her design studio in London’s East End in 2007, having studied Arts and Design at Central St. Martin’s College. She  was born in Britain but spent her childhood in Japan, influencing her products in an inimitable blend of English and Japanese style throughout the product ranges.

Reiko Kaneko

Reiko has built herself an enviable reputation with her surreal witty designs, but she is currently focusing on a second strand to her business. It’s one that’s altogether more sedate and finer in style. This new sophisticated collection, titled Artic, is aimed at the fine dining sector. There is already a bespoke commission underway for a world-renowned restaurant; a sure sign that this will be another strong sought after collection.

Breakfast Express - Reiko Kaneko

Her love of ceramics has led Reiko to specialise in ceramic design and supplies bone china designs based around her typically British fine bone china tableware and home accessories with a Japanese twist.

Heart Mug and Lip Tease mug - Reiko Kaneko

Take a sneek peek of Reiko Kaneko ‘New’ collection this week at  HOME Earls Court 2, 15-17 January 2012, Stand E63 or later this month at  Maison et Objet 20-24 January 2012, Stand L18 NOW hall 8.

More on British-Japanese Designer Reiko Kaneko new collection on ‘DreamwallStyle Blog’ very soon so do keep checking back, or keep updated and follow the blog for more news updates.

Reiko Kaneko

Reiko Kaneko

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  1. Pingback: Jugar con la porcelana china de Reiko Kaneko

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