In Japanese, Yama means mountain. This is how we called this new project part of Mutina Editions, an ode to the strength of nature and its transforming force. The architect has taken inspiration from the pebbles which, carried by the current of rivers flowing from the highland peaks to the valley, are shaped into soft, sensual shapes. Yama focuses on the concept of reduction, reproducing the effect of a stone cut by man in different phases, as an homage to the work of designer and sculptor Isamu Noguchi.
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