about designKLYK

DESIGNKLYK is a design collective of two Brooklyn based designers, Kenjiro Yamakawa and Loren Kulesus.  With experience in architectural, automotive, branding, electronics, furniture, and product design between the two of them, they are capable of a wide variety  of output.  Kenjiro has extensive experience with a solid hands-on approach to design and manufacturing while Loren lives in a digital world where he creates objects on a computer to be output through CNC processes; The two different approaches create a well rounded collective.


Kenjiro Yamakawa :

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  1. Emma said, on June 22, 2010 at 1:23 pm


    I am the product editor for icon and Onoffice magazine and I just saw your work on the website – Design Milk. I believe both of these chairs would be perfect for our product sections. We are currently working on the Aug issues of Icon and Onoffice (out in July) and I wondered if you would be interested in featuring in them?

    If you haven’t ever seen our product sections before, please go on the link below:

    There is a small advertorial fee of £149 +VAT per product (or £198 for both icon and onoffice magazine) to feature, for which we will publish a colour image, company contact details and 60-80 words of text, written by our in-house team. You can also feature your products on our websites, and for six months for an additional £20 + VAT each.

    If you would like to go ahead with this, please send over a high resolution image along with a press release/some text. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any further queries. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


  2. Baptiste Carrara said, on May 17, 2011 at 3:41 am

    Went here with my dad this past Sunday.
    Very interesting work.
    The chairs and table designs were something , different.
    I think I remember seeing the chair once at, I think?
    Nice to see work like that.
    Those skateboards were also something else, wish you had long boards!
    Hopefully I’ll be able to ride one of those someday.
    I’ll try to keep in touch, nice work.

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