Skagerak’s No. 10 tray represents Japanese minimalism at its finest. The elegant tray, designed by Teruhiro Yanagihara, was inspired by traditional Japanese banjyu trays. This is also where the tray gets is name – No. 10 is a word play based on the way ban and jyu are pronounced. Enjoy breakfast in bed or use the tray to serve tapas and other delicacies; the tray also looks lovely as a decorative interior element.
No. 10 tray, large, oak
- 53 cm
- 34 cm
- 3,5 cm
- The wood comes with no finish. If you choose not to treat it with soap or oil, use a suitable cleaning agent for wood.
Teruhiro Yanagihara is a Japanese designer who, in addition to running his own design studio, works as a creative director at 1616 / arita japan. Yanagihara studied at Osaka University of the Arts and founded his studio in 2002. His designs are often a mix of traditional and innovative aspects, blending modern technology and serial production with the aesthetics and spirituality of Japanese culture. Yanagihara finds inspiration in art, food, and everyday moments with family and friends.View all products