Your companion in a moment of peace, the cushion will move along with the shape of your position. As such, it can be used as meditation material or simply as a sculptural object, making silence tangible.
Here, the raw hemp forms the cork bark granules’ shelter, emphasizing a feeling of unwinding and traveling inwards.
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 stillness.
Studio Corkinho explored the unique and raw, organic surfaces of burnt cork, each cube offers a diffusion ground, on which the Hakudo Rain botanical essence can be dripped. The set brings a personal ritual into our private space as a sensory experience that stimulates and harmonizes our presence, offer ing stillness and mindfulness.
The synergy between cork and hemp symbolizes a reversed interpretation of the analogy of the bark, protector of the tree. The DOMA collection consists of a series of meditation items made out of raw hemp, organically filled with cork granules.