PAPER SKIN / Hiroki Furukawa


area: 六本木/Roppongi



exhibition dates:Oct 23rd – Nov 3rd
hours:9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
address:1F Roppongidenkibiru 6-1-20 Roppongi, Minato-ku,Tokyo

PAPER SKIN is a new structure using the edges of the paper. While it is just paper, the structure acts and feels like the skin of a living being. Although you cannot see color on each edge, it will be visible when many are put together. PAPER SKIN generates color waves due to the fluid movement of edges of paper.



  • Hiroki Furukawa
    Product designer / Artist

    A designer born in Hokkaido in 1991. He completed Bachelor degree in Product Design at Tama Art University in 2015 and then worked as an assistant there for 3 years. He moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand to research and help develop local crafts in 2018. Accomplishing his duty Thailand, he came back to Japan in 2020 and now creating art products in Tokyo. Finalist in Lexus Design Award 2018. Exhibited his works in some countries in Europe and South East Asia.