the japanese designer’s exhibition ‘colourful shadows’ showcases pieces that have been displayed on a curving table that seemingly floats around the spaces.
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nendo has conceived new glasses, a case and display stand for the japanese eyewear retailer.
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Prolific Japanese studio Nendo has created a new edition of Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer’s Carrera model that features ornate red hands. (more…)
the japanese designer has been involved with the creation of a new shell suitcase, the design of the flagship, and also the company’s refreshed identity – all for proteca’s 10th anniversary.
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Japanese studio Nendo has designed a minimal emergency kit for those affected by earthquakes, containing a whistle, radio, raincoat, lantern, water container and multipurpose case in a slender tube (+ slideshow)…
sported as a slim tube that is waterproof and floats, ‘MINIM+AID’ contains important objects such as: a whistle, radio, raincoat, lantern, drinking water, and first aid kit.
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the café frames external views of the adjacent park, while careful insertions have been designed to unify the bi-partitioned volume.
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the simple addition of a handle to the tableware makes the plates and bowls to carry when hot, and allows them to be conveniently stored on the wall by a hook.
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comprised of three scents, the bottle and the cap merges as one – to form a consistent and singular vessel, differentiated by a colored band.
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London Design Festival 2015: Japanese studio Nendo has created a sliding shelving unit strengthened with carbon-fibre sheets, which will debut at London’s Somerset House next week (+ slideshow). (more…)
the japanese designer has crafted a seat with an aluminium base, but with the option to choose and change the upper portion depending on the person’s taste.
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Different wooden backrests and armrests slot into the top of this aluminium chair by Japanese studio Nendo. (more…)
the minimalistic design rejects unnecessary boxes and packing material, instead using stickers on the surface of the peel as the primary label information system.
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Beauty products are displayed on rows of shelves arranged like a library inside this Tokyo cosmetics store by Japanese design studio Nendo (+ slideshow). (more…)
the interiors of ‘the beauty library’ integrates a café along with the selling of organic cosmetic products, allowing customers to shop and enjoy a beverage at the same time.
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Prolific Japanese studio Nendo has designed a bag specifically for architects, which changes shape to accommodate different sizes of drawings. (more…)
Milan Expo 2015: Nendo has played with the perspective of a dining table and chairs to present a range of tableware inside the Japanese pavilion at the Milan Expo (+ slideshow). (more…)
the new tableware designs are each produced in collaboration with a different traditional japanese craft or local industry; and speak to the expo’s theme of food.
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The woodgrain patterns across this furniture by Japanese design studio Nendo are formed by layering, rolling and cutting sheets of artificial suede (+ slideshow). (more…)
tanning oil and sunscreen are strategically applied to the leather products so that as they are used and exposed to sunlight, the graphic motifs begin to surface.
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the creative partnership sees the blending of the well known austrian company’s trademark bentwood feature and the japanese designer’s distinctive style to create the single curved element highlighted in each piece.
Milan 2015: Nendo’s ideas to reinterpret the simple wooden door include sliding portions, an additional opening for children and a portal that wraps around a corner (+ slideshow). (more…)
at the japanese designer’s solo exhibition, the seven door designs were presented to commemorate the 70th anniversary of abe kogyo meanwhile exploring new artfully crafted ways of using and fabricating a basic timber door.
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