Toku is a shading structure made of cedar heartwood treated with a transparent impregnating product, which makes it suited to an outdoor use also in harsh weather conditions.
The structure features four panels, two are fixed and two have adjustable backrests. They can be moved and arranged according to one’s needs.
The panels are padded and covered with Wara, the new signature outdoor fabric with the colours and the appearance of straw; comfort can be enhanced by using soft pads covered with fabric.
The top covering is fixed in the central part and vertically adjustable on the four sides thanks to sliding elements inserted into the structure; it is made of Thuia fabric
Vincent Van Duysen was born 1962 in Lokeren, Belgium. He attended Architecture school at the Architecture Institute Saint-Lucas in Ghent and founded his design studio in Antwerp in 1990. From the onset there has been a great interest in interior design with mostly residential projects - a complete architectural product with subtle transitions between architecture and interior design combine... More