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BbyB. Chocolate Shop, Tokyo by Nendo (JP)

BbyB. Chocolate Shop Tokyo by Nendo, photo: Daici Ano

BbyB., the chocolate shop by Antwerp-based, two-Michelin star chef Bart Desmidt has opened its first overseas shop in Tokyo designed by studio Nendo.     BbyB.’s packaging is modular: five bars of chocolate slot neatly into each sliding box, and five boxes slot together into a cube. “The contents become apparent only gradually, as the […]
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Milan 2015 Preview: Moroso (IT)

Glider sofa by Ron Arad, the version displayed at iSaloni will be upholstered with Blur, a shaded fabric produced exclusively for Moroso by FEBRIK, in the red-purple gradation.

Among the many new products Moroso will be presenting at Milan Salone del Mobile this year will be Glider, a sofa designed by Ron Arad, this year in its final version with even softer and more rounded lines, which give its shapes extreme comfort.     Also previewed here, St. Mark by Martino Gamper, which […]
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‘Shelf + Desk + Chair = Office’ installation by Nendo for Kokuyo (JP)

object05: Some of the shelves become a staircase. Sitting on them transforms them into benches, and when accessed from behind they’re a closed desk. A thought experiment into the relationship between dynamic and static space, and the different functions of front and back. Photo: Hiroshi Iwasaki

Tokyo-based design studio Nendo has created an installation for Kokuyo Furniture for Orgatec 2014, the international trade fair for office and facility.     “While our demands on office space become only more and more diverse, office furniture has not changed along with these demands and remains oddly standardized.” says Nendo.   “In contrast, our […]
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Product> Furnishings: Milan Revisited in 11 Beautiful Designs

Once again, top-drawer design talents—Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic, Ingo Maurer, Nendo, and Daniel Libeskind among them—claimed the limelight at the last Salone del Mobile. More than 300,ooo attendees navigated the halls of the Rho exhibition center, while closer to the center of Milan, satellite shows and exhibitions drew crowds to more avant-garde events. […]
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Roof and Mushrooms by Nendo with Ryue Nishizawa (JP)

Roof and Mushrooms by Nendo with Ryue Nishizawa, photo: Daici Ano

Japanese designers Nendo have collaborated with architect Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA to create a wooden pavilion that flows down a steep hill face covered in luxurious vegetation on the campus of Kyoto University of Art and Design.     “The adjacent area is earmarked for a new grove of Japanese plum trees, and their fragrant […]
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Accesorios para perros | Nendo

Esta es una colección de tres piezas diseñada por Nendo, que consta de una cama del perro , platos y juguetes. La cama de cuero artificial se convierte en una pequeña choza en que los perros se cobijan bajo una madriguera en su interior, y un cojín cuando se encuentran en la parte superior. Los platos […] Sigue leyendo

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Spicebok Offices / Nendo

Architects: Nendo
Location: Yokohama, Tokio, Japan
Year: 2013
Photographs: Daici Ano…

The project consists of the design of the new office space for Spicebox, a global digital agency that works with strategic planning, interactive offers and creative digital marketing, and Sigue leyendo

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Toward A New Bathroom: Front and Nendo Envision Quirky Alternatives For The Shower


We can all probably agree that design hinges on more than function alone. Yes, functional objects — shelves that hold both books and bicycles, shape-shifting coffee tables, desks with built-in beds, etc. — tend to dazzle us with their novel concepts and implicit promises to enhance or improve our daily lives, but resistance to this …Continue Reading
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