Maruni is a company rooted in Japanese tradition, yet forward-thinking in its approach to design. Since its inception in 1930, Maruni has evolved to become a global leader in the creation of sophisticated and enduring furniture pieces. With a portfolio that seamlessly fuses the past and the present, Maruni continues to set the standard for excellence in craftsmanship and contemporary design aesthetics.

Our San Francisco and Detroit Showrooms are proud of the trusted relationships we’ve built over the years as an Authorized Maruni Representative. In fact, our Contract Division has the pleasure of collaborating with the finest architects, interior designers and private clients on many incredible, high-profile projects – including the Apple Campus and the Cleveland Clinic which incorporated designs by Maruni. 

At Arkitektura, we’re passionate about bringing you the best in design – brands like Maruni that consistently deliver exceptional quality and enduring elegance. Dedicated to the artistry and tradition of Japanese woodworking techniques, Maruni’s pieces endure as timeless reflections of a harmonious marriage between tradition and contemporary design, ensuring that each creation stands not just as a piece of furniture, but as an enduring work of art.

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One of Maruni’s key strengths lies in its collaborations with renowned designers. Over the years, the company has partnered with leading international designers such as Naoto Fukasawa, Jasper Morrison, and others. These collaborations have resulted in iconic pieces that showcase a balance between Japanese craftsmanship and contemporary design trends.

Maruni’s commitment to design excellence has been recognized through various awards for its contributions to the world of design and furniture manufacturing. Most recently, the EN series of chairs and tables, by Danish designer Cecile Manz, received the Good Design Best 100 award from the prestigious Good Design Awards 2023.

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