Kazuhide Takahama was a Japanese architect and designer. Born in Nobeoka in 1930, he studied architecture in Tokyo and later worked in the studio of Kazuo Fujioka. He came to Italy in 1957 on the occasion of the XI Triennale di Milano, where he met the designer and entrepreneur Dino Gavina, his long-lived collaborator. This collaboration led him to move to Bologna in 1964 and work with various companies, including Knoll International. He also had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with the famous architect Carlo Scarpa. His designs are characterized by great simplicity and rigour, taken from Zen compositions. He continued to carry out his activity as a designer until his death in 2010, in Bologna.
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