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RL Spotlight: Furniture Designer Ito Kish's Favorite Things

This design consultant and chief visual storyteller of home store KISH shares his sophisticated picks

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: Kurt Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions Styling: Dagny Madamba

In March 2012, Ito Kish launched his first furniture line. Since then, his work has been featured in Elle Decor US, Elle Decor France, Architectural Digest Italia, Erablago Russia, and various publications in India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. 

Through his inspired furniture pieces, Ito Kish celebrates Philippine creativity and craftsmanship. His designs reflect both the country's unique European-influenced history and Asian heritage. 

To learn more about this design consultant and chief visual storyteller of Kish, we asked him to name some of his favorite things. 

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