A shelves with an infinitely simple design and the beauty of wood grain ... When you look at this wooden shelf, you will feel like a living tree. “Anything that grows vertically, such as trees and buildings, traffic lights, and poles, is narrow and narrow.” SORAHE designer Takashi Kirimoto noticed this phenomenon because the Roman brick building was always “inside-down” with the upper side tilted inward. If you look closely, the shelves of this shelf gradually become thinner as you go up. It is a projection of this modeling beauty. Casually applied form gives a sense of stability. The higher the position, the more effective it is to make the entire room look brighter and brighter. Everything in nature has a well-balanced balance over time, and its beauty is unwavering. This beautiful shelf creates a relaxing space in a room where inorganic appliances are increasing.