A set of two door stoppers made by cutting straight timber on an angle. The rubber band that ties the two pieces together can also function as additional resistance for keeping the door open.
DRILL DESIGN started in 2001 by Yusuke Hayashi and Yoko Yasunishi in Tokyo, Japan. The studio is providing individualized solutions and concepts to clients and society with flexible creations between product and graphic design. The studio has developed several brands for its clients and launched them to the world. With partners in Japan, who have original techniques while using high quality materials, Drill Design has a valuable network of knowledgeable professionals. The studio also offers designs for companies like MUJI, CANON, Mercedes, Camper, etc… DRILL DESIGN has exhibited its work in Tokyo, Singapore, Milan, Paris and Stockholm. They have been awarded with many national and international renowned awards such as the Red Dot Design Award, German Design Award, The Good Design Award in Japan, The Design For Asia Award and The Wallpaper* Design Award.
Handmade in Berlin by HLZFR. GmbH under license from Ishinomaki Laboratory
HALF&HALF DOOR STOPPER
HALF & HALF DOOR STOPPER consist of 2 pieces
Width = 160 mm
Depth = 38 mm
Height = 33 mm (both bent 35 mm)
Douglas fir from European sustainable forestry (FSC Certificate)
Black rubber (reused bicycle tubes)
Ishinomaki Laboratory branding