Posts Tagged ‘japan’

Yumiko Ishihara

Friday, October 28th, 2011

OK, I am back, so let’s get back to it.  Beautiful installation at the Koganecho Bazarr by Japanese architect Yumiko Ishihara.  Ishihara made this display using 3,000 chopsticks and bamboo sticks as part of the Yokohama Triennale.  Not only is the pure simplicity of the piece striking, it also allows for visitors to look through to different areas keeping the sight lines open.  Everything about this just seems so elegantly delicate – I am not even sure what was displayed, but I imagine they are gentle tiny little works.


Tokujin Yoshioka: The Invisibles

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

During the upcoming Milan furniture fair Tokujin Yoshioka will be presenting his new ‘Invisibles’ collection of transparent polycarbonate furniture for Kartell. Yoshiaka says, “the presence of the object is eradicated and it will create a scenery of a sitter floating in the air.”

Hermes & Tokujin Yoshioka

Sunday, December 6th, 2009


Amazing window installation designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Maison Hermes in Japan – sometimes simplicity is best.

(via Jo Meesters)

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