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In­spired by the or­ganic form of a seed (binhi in Filipino,) Ito Kish’s

Binhi col­lec­tion stays faith­ful to the seed’s pur­pose of fos­ter­ing growth. A three-piece col­lec­tion, the Binhi with its crawl­ing greens that grow from within, tran­scends its mere func­tion­al­ity. It can also be con­sid­ered as sculp­tural art. The small and medium sizes nur­ture the growth of plants while mak­ing room for up to two per­sons to sit. The large piece, mean­while, al­lows seat­ing for mul­ti­ple per­sons which, ac­cord­ing to Kish, fos­ters hu­man re­la­tion­ships. “We grow when we con­nect and com­mu­ni­cate with oth­ers. The Binhi as­pires for this,” says the multi-awarded de­signer.

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