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Tokujin yoshioka has envisioned the scheme for the issey miyake flagship store. located in the heart of london, at 10 brook street, the 460 square meter space is conceived as a juxtaposition between textures such as dyed-blue aluminum and exposed concrete beams.
The 14th series of ISSEY MIYAKE watch project, produced by ISSEY MIYAKE, is presented by Tokujin Yoshioka’s new design.
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.
Tokujin Yoshioka has recently completed the design of Issey Miyake's Flagship store on Brooke street in London.
The ‘Agravic Stone Table’, a monolithic furniture piece that seems to free itself from gravity, existing in its own presence as if it were floating in the air. Cadenced by on-going discoveries, the ‘table of the universe’ envelops amid a pathway of mirrors, reflecting on both the history of the world and humanity.
An exciting new item of furniture by the Japanese artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka is due to be launched at the 2014 Salone del Mobile in Milan. Designed for the Italian firm of Glasitalia, it is an expansion of the PRISM collection which was produced in 2013
When musing on the subject of crystals, our mind is bombarded with a number of thoughts, from the metaphysical to the healing powers of this iridescent stone. A mysterious aura surrounds these miracles of nature which can come in a myriad of forms and colours.
Just the name of Swarovski conjures up images of brilliant sparkling crystals in exquisite configurations and the “Wings of Sparkle” stand for the brand at the Baselworld 2013 event, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, interprets this glittering quality within its facade.
The Element Collection of Tables is the result of a collaboration between innovative Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and Desalto and was recently shown at the 2013 Salone del Mobile in Milan. The collection is composed several items including a dining table, low table and console table plus a chair.
The purpose of this project is not merely to renew the design or "transform" the image of the brand. This is "a new departure and evolution from its origin" in order to deliver the Fancl's true beauty and inspiration, cultivated in the 32 year-old brand history.