Kazuki Guzmán is a Chicago-based designer that creates domestic objects and furniture. Guzmán’s current work focuses on mingei, Japanese folk-crafts, as a methodology for an appreciation of handmade culture and sustainable design. Guzmán aims to expand the accessibility and vocabulary of traditional crafts and create new possibilities of collaboration among makers of all fields.
Guzmán also serves as the Assistant Director of the Sullivan Fabrication Studio, the makerspace dedicated for Architecture, Interior Architecture, Designed Objects department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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