Furniture for projects

Made in Japan

Time & Style creates high-quality products with a pleasant sense of tension within a simple yet sophisticated design that highlights the beauty and the tactile feel of the Japan’s natural materials to manifest the Japanese finesse and sense of beauty.

In our woodworking process, we use the minimum necessary machinery. Most of the work is done by renowned artisans’ faithful hands from various regions of Japan to achieve the high quality.

Any quantity

Through a vast network of artisans and factories in various regions of Japan, in addition to the Time & Style factory in Hokkaido, Time & Style can design, produce and manufacture any number of bespoke furniture, tableware, and lighting.

Our products have the same high-quality standard for the production of one unit, or tens of hundreds.

We can accommodate requests to produce small quantities for home or large amounts for big projects.

High quality

We use the best Japanese natural materials. Most of the timber used to manufacture our furniture comes from Hokkaido forests where temperature can drop to -20°C in the winter. This freezing environment makes the trees grow slower, producing denser and high-quality wood.

Using the seasoning process our factory in Hokkaido dries the timber according to the world region where the furniture will be used.

Our furniture undergoes the most rigorous resistance and quality tests to be certified by ISO (International Organization for Standardization).

Working together

Time & Style has extensive experience collaborating and developing furniture, lighting, and tableware for the most diverse projects for architects and interior designers worldwide.

Time & Style works closely with its partners and customers from the first concept to development and manufacturing.

Some of the results of these collaborations even became part of the Time & Style collection catalog.

Some of our clients

Kengo Kuma and Associates  |  Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP  |  Nori Architects  |  Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects  |  Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects

Case studies