Tomoya Tabuchi

Arrmet , Italy

Kiyumi is a Japanese word meaning “arch” while Yumi, an instrument constructed from wooden sheets and used in archery, has very ancient origins and a rich tradition that have made it a symbol of Japanese culture. The inspiration behind the Kiyumi seating collection is evident in its sinuous design, recurring shape of a bow and gently curved seat and backrest.

Sleek and graceful, Kiyumi conceals a complex construction design that makes the screws connecting the back and frame invisible, for an impeccably clean line. The Kiyumi collection includes chairs, armchairs and stools, available in Ash veneered plywood or upholstered in fabric or leather. Versatile, light and stackable, the Kiyumi seating range fits into many contexts, from the home to contract environments such as bars and restaurants, where its elegance and outstanding construction shine.


Arrmet House Fabrics

Arrmet House Leathers


Arrmet Timber Finishes


Arrmet Metal Finishes


Seat and Backrest: Multilayered plywood, finished to timber veneer, to selected finish
Upholstery: Seat and back covered with high density, high resilience CMHR polyurethane FR foam, seat only or fully upholstered, to selected finish
Frame: Tubular steel, to selected finish
Glides: Plastic standard glides