Nendo’s idea was to extend the pocket out from the bag, and to turn it into a puppet.
‘Wring, press and twist’. Three words which together describe the main characteristics of the Japanese textile finishing technique Shibori.
TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA now! design à vivre 2012 CREATOR OF THE YEAR.
The sound for this work was taken from Jaisalmer, the western desert of India by the designer himself in December 2011.
Pixelation games provide a constantly changing vision of their work.
A pair of glasses and a battery has become nendo’s inspiration for a computer mouse and a stand.
Nendo have designed a small clothing shop based on a game of fake doors that control the degree of visibility and enhance the element of surprise.
Alcantara’s non-slip surface is the inspiration for nendo’s series of birdhouses.
Nendo use‘roofs’in a variety of sizes and heights to demarcate the different exhibits.
15,000 maps of London neighbourhoods printed onto tracing paper onto the walls make references to the London fog.
nendo will show its new piece “scatter shelf” at Carpenter’s Workshop Gallery in London during the Frieze Art Fair, and Friedman Benda in NY from November 10th
A series of digitally created artworks by Japanese designer Yoshihiro Mikami capture the fluidity and randomness of movement.
Colourful soft transparent jellyfish-like set of earphones hide the entire device.
A pendant lamp made simply by rolling up two steel sheets from the same form.
A new perspective on urban living that celebrates all the city has to offer through picnicking.
The flagship design features a façade of 210 stacked, translucent display boxes in a herringbone pattern.