Posts tagged "nendo"
First retrospective exhibition by nendo called The Space in Between

First retrospective exhibition by nendo called The Space in Between

The first museum retrospective exhibition by nendo, will hold over a five month period at the Design Museum Holon, Israel. nendo’s designs begin by exploring and layering existing preconceptions, and then locating the gaps or “spaces” in between these layers to tie together new ideas. The idea behind this method is to gradually broaden the...
Tactile and smart notebook by Nendo for smaller objects

Tactile and smart notebook by Nendo for smaller objects

Even if we at David Report most write in our digital devices nowadays we do really like the new notebook by Nendo launched at this weeks Stockholm Design Week. The notebook is designed for Stockholm based company smaller objects. The L-shaped perforations along the sides of the pages can be folded out to create customised indexes. Up...
Sun tan patterns by Nendo

Sun tan patterns by Nendo

One of the defining qualities of natural leather is that the change it undergoes with years of use does not equate a reduction in quality but rather an addition of character, and this wearing-in actually results in a more attractive piece of material. It occurred to Japanese designer group Nendo that they could exploit this...
Nendo 10/10 monograph from Gestalten

Nendo 10/10 monograph from Gestalten

Gestalten has just released a new book about Japanese design studio Nendo called 10/10. The book is compromised of 10 chapters, each showcasing one of Nendo’s design principles. It’s an interesting selection of Nendo´s multifaceted projects from sculptural furniture pieces and home accessories to vibrant store concepts and mystically inspired exhibition spaces.
Front and Nendo at Axor WaterDream

Front and Nendo at Axor WaterDream

The WaterDream concept has been a distinct element of Axor’s product development cycle. Head of Axor Philippe Grohe invites design partners to think about the water experience in a completely fresh way. Using an open process that is based on dialog, Swedish design trio Front and Japanese design studio Nendo were asked to re-think the...