Tomita Kazuhiko studied industrial design at Chiba University in Japan and the Royal College of Arts in London, from where he graduated in 1992. In 1993, he designed the Ceramic Products Line Stars in cooperation with Alessandro Mendini and Ettore Sottsass, and in the same year he founded the Studio 2.5-Dimensional Design in Milan. In 2000, he became Art Director of Covo and in this context also designed the Covo Shop in Rome. The following years he created a collection for Rörstrand together with Vico Magistretti. In 2004 the artist was named Art Director of NUSSHA Paris, and since then he has worked with several other manufacturers, including, for example, Moroso. Tomita Kazuhiko has won numerous international prizes and his work has been exhibited globally, including, for example, Tokyo, Jerusalem, Milan or New York. Accordingly, the designer also calls himself a nomad from East to West. Simplicity in the style of Shintoism, according to whose theory non-existent objects contain a spiritual energy, stands for him in the foreground when designing.