Shiro Kuramata, an innovative postwar Japanese designer active from the 1960s to the 1990s, gained recognition for his ability to establish unique design harmony through the dynamic relationship between material and form. As a furniture and interior designer, he centered his approach on the intricate interplay of form and function. Kuramata pushed the boundaries of conventional domestic design by introducing his own ephemeral, unconventional, poetic, and seemingly impossible creations, challenging the established norms in the realm of furniture and interior aesthetics.