Daï Sugasawa loves to visit regularly the Natural History Museum. He had always been fascinated by the huge size of dinosaur bones. His dream was to own one at home, in his own garden and with this in mind, he created Bonos, a huge reproduction of a big and funny 2-meter-long bone that children and adults can enjoy sitting by. For each and every ‘Night at the Museum’ aficionado!
Dai Sugasawa is a Japanese designer who established his own design and architecture agency in Paris, developing many projects worldwide through which he can express the richness of his work, that constantly intertwines references to his home country culture with very contemporary and technological design. He has been working as a freelance designer with Philippe Starck, co-signing products with him for Kartell and Driade.