Omi Tahara

Omi Tahara, born in 1977 in Kanagawa, Japan, is a self-taught designer based in Milan. During his studies in civil engineering in Japan, he was fascinated by the complexity of modern projects, which influenced his career path in design. In 2002, he received a special award from the French design magazine INTRAMUROS, and in 2003 he moved to Milan to collaborate with designer Kazuhiko Tomita, known for his connection with Vico Magistretti. This collaboration helped develop his design skills. Subsequently, he worked with the Italian designer Francesco Rota in Milan, deepening his experience in Italian design. In 2011, he opened his own studio in Milan, specializing in product design and art direction for various clients. His creativity focuses on shapes, materials, functionality and universality, with a strong dialogue with producers. He has received numerous international awards, including the Red Dot Award and the iF Design Award.

Omi Tahara

Omi Tahara

Omi Tahara, born in 1977 in Kanagawa, Japan, is a self-taught designer based in Milan. During his studies in civil engineering in Japan, he was fascinated by the complexity of modern projects, which influenced his career path in design. In 2002, he received a special award from the French design magazine INTRAMUROS, and in 2003 he moved to Milan to collaborate with designer Kazuhiko Tomita, known for his connection with Vico Magistretti. This collaboration helped develop his design skills. Subsequently, he worked with the Italian designer Francesco Rota in Milan, deepening his experience in Italian design. In 2011, he opened his own studio in Milan, specializing in product design and art direction for various clients. His creativity focuses on shapes, materials, functionality and universality, with a strong dialogue with producers. He has received numerous international awards, including the Red Dot Award and the iF Design Award.