The most loved material by Mr. Riki Watanabe, the copper mobile
At the time, Q Designers led by Riki Watanabe, who was heavily involved in designing showrooms and hotel lounges, designed the main bar "Chambre" of the Shimbashi Daiichi Hotel in 1976. His favorite material "copper" was also used for the interior wall, and copper was also used for mobiles hung in the bar space.
This mobile was commercialized by Metrox in 2017 as "Riki Mobile Chamble". Composed of a combination of copper plate and solid teak wood, this mobile combines the solid feeling of the material and the lightness of the form to create a chic space. In the commercial model, the surface of the copper plate is vibrated to give it a calm texture.
One piece at the bottom has a "Riki" stamp.
Riki Mobile - CHAMBRE
3 stations: width 435 x height 360 mm
Mobile 1 sheet: width 480 x height 55 x thickness 13 mm
Length of hanging thread from the main body to the ceiling: 1 m
Copper plate (vibration finish)
Solid teak (oil finish)
Nylon coated wire