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Biophilia

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Erich Seligmann Fromm

Biophilia means "affection for living things or living systems". This concept was first proposed by Erich Fromm to explain the psychological tendency to be attracted to life and life. Wilson also used the term in the same sense, arguing that humans have a tendency, an instinct, to subconsciously seek connections with other living things. He said that nature conservation is in line with our biophilia instincts.

バイオフィリアとは「生物、あるいは生命のシステムに対する愛情」を意味する。 この概念はエーリヒ・フロムによって生物や生気に引きつけられる心理的傾向を説明するために最初に提案された。

The best of the original textile which gave heat to ballistic nylon and surface-treated.
Expressing leaf veins based on the concept of biophilia.

Leaf vein

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It asks about the human way of life and sensibility that are being lost in the modern society surrounded by concrete.
A collection that incorporates respect for the workings of nature into its design and considers the relationship between humans and nature.

コンクリートに囲まれた現代社会で失われつつある人間の生き方や感性への問い。

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Bag

A puffer bag with an asymmetrical silhouette that snuggles up to the wearer.
The faded design has a different expression, and the same item does not exist.
Mass production is not possible, but this may be ryaw's mission.

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VEST

Waterproof down vest with low bulk.
Designed so that it can be worn as an inner layer of heavy outerwear and in many other situations.

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Potections

A wallet cord that covers the power stone with a tube to protect the inner part of the wearer.
Believing in the meaning of stones that have been handed down since ancient times, jewelry made with the image of harmony between nature and man-made.

天然石をチューブで覆い、着用者の内面的保護を目的としたアクセサリー

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Use of sailing hardware.
Length: 640mm
Stone:Rutile Quartz:Has great insight and the ability to discern the truth. Keep family and family peace.

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