Mori Woodwork is headed by craftsman Hiroyuki Mori in Tokushima, Japan. Mori specialises in a technique called 'Tsukiita' that involves slicing wood in to a thin, paper-like sheets. These pieces are then bonded together to create trays with unique patterns.
Mori Woodwork has been using this techniques for more than 70 years, making art that's functional and highlighting the beauty in the grain of the wood. By using indigo dye, something this area of Japan is so well-known for, Mori has conveyed the essence of nature, making works that are subtle but still contemporary.