November 2022

Biscuit modular system wins Archiproducts Design Award 2022 in the Contract section

The office is increasingly a place of design

Another award, for the second year running, at the Archiproducts Design Awards 2022, in this edition in the Contract category; the winner is the BISCUIT modular seating collection designed by the Japanese designer Kazuko Okamoto.

BISCUIT, presented for the first time at the Salone del Mobile 2022, is a modular seating system intended for waiting areas, common areas of coworking or offices, hotel lobbies; spaces where people can stop for a short break and work, organising swift meetings.


The distinguishing feature of BISCUIT is its modularity. BISCUIT is an expression of Kazuko Okamoto‘s typically Japanese minimalism.
Biscuit consists of seats and small tables that can be configured in different solutions, designed to accommodate those seeking a temporary workstation. Given its intended use, it can be equipped with charging devices for mobile phones, tablets and computers. BISCUIT can be dressed and styled according to different situations and, as per Adrenalina’s tradition, offers an infinite range of colours and upholstery, including several eco-sustainable proposals, such as Camira’s OCEANIC fabric, a 100% recycled fabric made from fibres obtained from plastic bottles recovered from the oceans.

Design, colour, usability and flexibility never lose sight of Adrenalina’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of the products it launches on the market.

Kazuko Okamoto
Graduated at the ICS COLLEGE of ARTS in Japan, Kazuko Okamoto stepped into the world of freelance designer in Europe in 2008. Based in Milano and Japan, she is active all around Europe focussin on product design for interior design companies in Italy, Spain, UK, Belgium, France, Lithuania and Sweden. For Adrenalina she created Biscuit.

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