Klein Dytham (KDa), for those who don’t know, is a multi-disciplinary design practice active in the design of architecture, interiors, and public spaces and installations, established in Tokyo by Royal College of Art graduates Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein.
KDa is committed to provide constant inspiration and creative energy by new an ever-changing urban environment.
Focus on Astrid Klein, is an architect Co-Director of KDa, and came from Italy but she is thoroughly international. Has a master degree from the Royal College of Art in London and she went to Japan for pick up new things.
Mark Dytham is the architect and Co-Director of KDa together with Astrid Klein.
Besides KDa, this two artist still have more two projects: “a place of experimentation” called Super Deluxe and Pechakuka, an event for young designers to meet, network and show their work in public.
Projects about Interior are fore big and known shops like Sony and Virgin Clubhouse, while architecture are projects with big details, which are seen at distance because of all the technological environment though out the box. Leaf Chapel is an example of that.