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Tokujin Yoshioka has been interested in the Japanese conception of nature which is characterized by its distinctive spacial perception that involves the sensory realization of the surrounding atmosphere through what may be described as signs of energies or aura.
Studio Drift is presenting Nola at the Salone del Mobile 2015 from 14 until 19 April. Nola is made in collaboration with young Dutch label Buhtiq31 and will be part of the group exhibition ‘Brand New World Milano 2015 @ Dušan’.
This is the first overseas shop for BbyB., the chocolate shop by Antwerp-based, two-Michelin star chef Bart Desmidt. The design creates a seamless transition between the shop space, the packaging and the act of eating the chocolates, offering an organic, compelling experience.
Nendo will introduce a new collection “soft” for Glas Italia at solo exhibition during Milano Salone 2015.
NikeLab is a platform for creative exploration, driving new and unexpected outcomes through collaboration. The NikeLab x sacai partnership is the result of this journey.
Distinguished Dutch architecture firm MVSA Architects turned to HI-MACS® to realize one of their latest creations, the new flagship store for Shoebaloo, the prestigious Dutch luxury shoe and accessories company.
The new showroom dedicated to visual merchandising, fashion and creativity is the company – leader in the creation of top quality mannequins – chose a space of 600 sq.m. in via Morimondo, 25.
Chinatown is a Chinese translation of the trademarks in a graphical way. It’s a carefully arranged series of artworks showcasing 20 well-known western brand logos with maintained visual and narrative continuity.
Nine designers will help pump up the Disney release of the film “Cinderella” by recreating Cinderella’s glass slipper in their own visions. Paul Andrew, Alexandre Birman, René Caovilla, Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Nicholas Kirkwood, Charlotte Olympia, Jerome C. Rousseau, and Stuart Weitzman are participating in the project.
Studio Nendo designed new furnishings for the sixth-floor hall of the Tod’s store on Omotesando, in Tokyo.