Tokujin Yoshioka has created a range of minimal bottles and tubes for a Japanese skincare brand, which are each topped with lids made to look like natural stone. Read more
designboom met with tokujin yoshioka at the show in tokyo, touring the exhibition space alongside the designer to uncover the projects in more detail.
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the timepiece boats a sleek and refined sculptural design featuring a 39mm thick glass case.
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the retail space encompasses 500-square-meters showcasing a unique aesthetic that blends history with futuristic interior panels, expressing the passage of time.
through its clean and clever design, the art object travels beyond times, projecting not only the history but also the future of louis vuitton.
the precious and poetic crystal clear pieces result from the intersection of murano glass craftsmanship and other industrial process.
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the chair is made by using an injection moulding technique and a metal structure that merge technology with experimentation.
A glowing wall that gently pulsates and chairs that showcase a spectrum of light and colour form the huge installation that Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and LG have created in Milan. Read more
during the milan design week 2017, we interview japanese designer tokujin yoshioka, who discusses the collaboration with LG, the advanced technology on show, and how studies of the natural world influenced the design.
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set to run throughout the milano design week 2017, the TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA X LG : S.F_SENSES OF THE FUTURE exhibition is an immersive installation filled with spectacular lights and everyday objects.
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the sculptural furniture piece reinterprets louis vuitton’s iconic monogram of petals.
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in this solo exhibition, tokujin yoshioka presents his latest installation called ‘spectrum’ which offers an almost mystical journey through light.
the japanese designer has now rendered the glass bench in brass using the exquisite casting technique employed in the production of traditional buddha statues in japan that has been inherited over the years.
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tokujin yoshioka’s prism partition for glas italia transforms different settings into mirage reflections
tokujin yoshioka’s design plays upon more than just the objects reflective properties but the individuals conscious perception of space.
Milan 2016: Italian brand Glas Italia has unveiled its 2016 range of glass furniture, which features pieces from designers including Tokujin Yoshioka, Nendo, Barber and Osgerby, and Patricia Urquiola. (more&hell…
tokujin yoshioka has envisioned two mannequin typologies to display the fashion designer’s clothing which stem from the idea of ‘a piece of cloth’ being transformed into a beautiful shape that is worn on the human body.
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has revealed his own vision for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium, which he was not permitted to enter into the design competition (+ movie). (more…)
the arena is topped with a ringed body of water bordered by a circular pathway that allows visitors to stroll around the water’s edge.
the scheme offers a more open concept for cooking, while simultaneously providing ample units for keeping your utensils, tableware, pots and pans on view.
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the exhibition opens the cultural institution after a recent renovation, and marks the japanese designer’s first solo show in his hometown of kyusyu, japan.
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Stripy reflections are created by indentations in the metal strap of Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka’s watch for Issey Miyake. (more…)
the brilliant, glittering globe features a surface of complex facets, configured in a way that diffuses illuminosity randomly by means of a lens effect.
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Milan 2015: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka created these seats for Issey Miyake’s Tokyo store using shapes he created by accident while “playing around” with 3D-modelling software. (more…)
News: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created a see-through case for the latest Firefox smartphone from telecommunications company KDDI. (more…)