Ichinisan is made of painted ash wood.
Clean with damp cloth.
One, two, three barmy birds. Ichinisan make for an offbeat trio, sure to put a smile on your face. Crazy and cute, with an exclusive look due to the dark wood and meticulous design.
The group consists of a penguin, a parrot and a robin. Ichi the penguin is the tallest in the group. He gets his eccentric character from his funky lopsided wings, his slender body and his distinctive eye region. Then there's Ni the parrot, with his big beak and gawky figure. The exotic bird with the calm appearance is the kind-hearted peacekeeper of the group. Even shorter than his parrot friend beside him, San the robin is a charismatic little troubadour with a beaky look on his face.
Ichinisan can be placed side by side or stacked on top of one another like a sort of lively totem pole. Their strong individual personalities allow them to sit just as nicely by themselves.
Designed by Beaverhausen
Beaverhausen is a self-taught design studio founded by Mimy A. Diar & Ad Luijten, based in Brussels. Both designers have a background as Art Directors in advertising, which shines through in the strong sense of storytelling that recurs in all of their design projects. Beaverhausen describe their designs as visual stories manifested in furniture, accessories, lighting and interiors. Inspiration is found in their surroundings, especially in the beautiful and electric city of Brussels where they also live.
“The Dutch word for designer is ‘vormgever’, which literally means ‘form giver’. For us that’s a good way of looking at design. Every day we are interacting with objects that all have been given a form by someone. What we especially like are the objects that communicate their function clearly through their form and on top of that have lots of personality.”