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NENDO on Show

SEIBU Shibuya & Daikanyama T-site
Posted by Gestalten—10/2013

On the occasion of the Tokyo Designers Week, Seibu Shibuya and Daikanyama T-site are showcasing collaborated items with the renowned Japanese design studio Nendo.

From Oct 22 to Nov 4, the “by | n meister” series, including 7 genres of Nendo's product design: cutlery, porcelain, tableware Japanese paper, silk fabrics, utensils, and lacquer, is exhibited at Seibu Shibuya. 
At the same time, Nendo is showing off over 20 design items that they designed for international brands including like Starbucks, Quimper, Disney, and Camper at Daikanyama Design Department at Daikanyama T-site building.

Our recently released monograph Nendo will also be available for purchase at these two locations. The comprehensive monograph encompasses Nendo’s astonishingly multifaceted work from vibrant store concepts and mystically inspired exhibition spaces to sculptural furniture pieces and design objects. Pick up your copy!

About Nendo: 
The studio, which was founded by Oki Sato in Tokyo in 2002, has now firmly established itself on the global design scene and routinely wins international awards. The magazine Wallpaper*, for example, celebrated Nendo as “Designer of the Year 2012.”

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