September 5, 2017
all, branding, design, Graphics, Minimalist branding, Minimalist Design, Minimalist packaging, Nendo, packaging
Nendo has used brush strokes in soft, pastel hues for a range of minimal packaging for an organic cosmetics company. Read more
August 26, 2017
all, design, flat-packed, LEDs, Lighting, lights, Nendo, paper, Products
This flat-packed light by Nendo is made from a single piece of conductive paper, which can be rolled up to create a handheld torch in emergency situations. Read more
August 25, 2017
design, Lighting, Nendo
‘paper torch’ works by printing its electronic circuit boards onto paper that allow the regulation of light temperature and intensity.
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August 7, 2017
all, connected home, design, internet of things, Interviews, Nendo, Oki Sato, technology
Designers should rethink the high-tech look of gadgets according to Nendo founder Oki Sato, who has also called most of today’s smart devices “useless”. Read more
August 1, 2017
all, containers, design, food, Nendo, Products
Japanese studio Nendo has a created a ladle-inspired container for soy seasoning, which it hopes will one day become popular as the red-topped Kikkoman sauce bottle. Read more
July 18, 2017
all, chocolate, ice cream, Interiors, Japan, Nendo, Restaurants and bars, Tokyo
Stacked soil walls resemble layers of cake in this chocolate and ice cream shop in Kichijoji, Tokyo, designed by Japanese studio Nendo. Read more
June 16, 2017
caesarstone, design, factory visits, jaime hayon, jerusalem design week 2017, Nendo, Philippe Malouin, Tom Dixon, video
designboom visited caesarstone’s factory in israel, where we got a behind-the-scenes look at how they transform quartz into strong, flexible, resistant, and low-maintenance surfaces.
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June 8, 2017
Architecture, architecture in japan, galleries, Nendo
the masterplan seeks to revitalize the community for both residents and tourists, with new events space, leisure facilities, and information kiosks.
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June 8, 2017
all, Architecture, cafes, Japan, Kyoto, Landscape and urbanism, Nendo, Public and leisure, Retail
Prolific Japanese design studio Nendo has now moved into urban design, unveiling its massive CoFuFun plaza near Kyoto. Read more
June 5, 2017
all, aram, competitions, design, Furniture, Nendo, stools
Dezeen has teamed up with Aram Store in London to offer two readers the chance to win a Sag stool designed by Japanese studio Nendo. Read more
June 3, 2017
nendo’s collection focuses on the intrinsic value of softness, however, decided to take a different approach in expressing comfortable furniture.
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June 1, 2017
all, design, flowers, Installations, Japan, Nendo, steel, Tokyo
Over 40,000 shards of polished steel make up this installation by Nendo, which is designed as an “ivy of mirrors” spreading across a Japanese flower-arranging school. Read more
May 31, 2017
art, mirrors, Nendo
the sweeping installation of 2,000 reflective elements is placed across a layered stone garden created by architect isamu noguchi for the school.
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May 23, 2017
May 10, 2017
all, design, Furniture, Homeware, kartell, Nendo, Products
Nendo has transformed cups, wine bottles and books into small versions of Kartell’s iconic Componibili drawers to celebrate the product’s 50th anniversary. Read more
May 3, 2017
design, milan design week 2017, Nendo, video
set within milan’s opulent palazzo visconti, the installation immerses visitors in time, bringing this abstract notion into a physical object.
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