With DOMA, Studio Corkinho and Isabelle Yamamoto are presenting the result of their fruitful collaboration: a linen collection that brings stillness into the home.
DOMA, Japanese for ‘earthen floor ’, refers to a room in a traditional Japanese house that was used in the same way as the ground . It is a place intermediate between indoor and outdoor and therefore, it can be a metaphor to travel inwards, to make a contemplative break from the outside world and enter an introspective atmosphere of silence.
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The DOMA collection consists of a series of meditation cushions made out of raw hemp, organically filled with cork earth. The synergy between cork and hemp symbolizes a reversed interpretation of the analogy of the bark, protector of the tree. Here, the raw hemp forms the cork bark granules’ shelter, emphasizing a feeling of unwinding and turning inwards.