KĀNA Stories

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Eventually, Personick realised he wanted to design himself as well. He transported his ideas onto paper and modelled them digitally, while he contacted potential partners. The idea was that they would make the pieces and he would take care of the sales afterwards. At the time, he regularly travelled to

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KĀNA published by Imagicasa

A vision shared is sometimes worth twice as much. K-House is a joint effort between Kāna Objects and Kacper Niezabitowski in Northern Italy. Shrouded in a defining openness, the project addresses the pristine nature of materiality and a respect for craftsmanship, down to the millimetre. This minimalist pavilion concept plays

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KĀNA published by Design Anthology

“Launched in 2022 by Belgian interior and furniture designer Inge Lagae, KĀNA offers timeless, tailor-made pieces that straddle the line between furniture and functional sculpture. The new brand brings together a selection of furniture Lagae has designed for interior projects since 2016, such as the award-winning Labyrinth bookcase, as well

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KĀNA published by Imagicasa

The return to sustainable, natural materials and organic design has been manifesting itself for a while and still continues. It is an evolution that designer Inge Lagae looks at with great enthusiasm. Under the slogan ‘Timeless beauty to pass on’, she creates timeless furniture pieces that converge in her young

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KĀNA published by Danish Design magazine RUM International

In the 16th. Edition of RUM, edited on the 8th of January 2023, the designnoter page was dedicated to the KĀNA collection: “There’s something fundamentally calm and harmonious about the solid furniture from new Belgian brand Kāna, founded by designer Inge Lagae. Created in a variety of oak finishes, they stand

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KĀNA published by Betaplus Publishing

14 pages dedicated to the KĀNA collection in Contemporary Living Yearbook 23 by Betaplus publishing The Yearbook 2023 – Contemporary Living emphasizes classic and more traditional forms, the integration of antique building materials, wood and natural stone, exclusive fabrics and objects, the restoration of homes and rural retreats. All participants in this

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Kana Yoishu day bed

The Yoishu daybed

The Yoishu daybed by designer Inge Lagae in collaboration with textile designer Isabelle Yamamoto Inge Lagae’s designs are inspired by her travelling the world and the people she has met and worked with. Above all, however, she is amazed and energized by beautiful materials and the handicraft from different cultures,

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Kana Labyrinth

A Private Mansion in Brussels

A Brussels mansion in classic Beaux-Arts style from 1908 has been given a thorough make over in recent months, thanks to the efforts of a number of exceptional craftsmen.The authentic elements of the building (hall in Arabescato marble, original moldings, the stately fireplace with antique mirror on the ground floor,

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