Invisible Furniture by Tokujin Yoshioka


In 2010, Tokujin Yoshioka introduced The Invisibles, a collection of “invisible” furniture for Kartell that employed their pioneering polycarbonate technology to produce a thickness never before seen or manufactured.

The Invisibles “Light” appears to escape from this material world. It melts into people’s daily lives like the air. Here, Yoshioka has utilized  new production capabilities to construct a non-intrusive and light capturing design. This objet d’ art  maximizes the observance of form as it relates to functionality and appearance.