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October 2014
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Nakagawa Mokkougei

Nakagawa Mokkougei © Marie Le Fort

When picking up a champagne bucket or stylish stool designed by Shuji Nakagawa, you feel as if you are holding air in your hands. Despite their incomparable solidarity, these objects seem almost weightless. Sculpted from Japanese cypress wood (or jindai-sugi), following a drying process that lasts several months, they eternalise a 700-year-old tradition. No matter the season, Nakagawa Mokkougei produces objects of unrivalled sophistication, which has not gone unnoticed by champagne house Dom Pérignon who has made one of these Japanese creations their official champagne bucket.

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