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This door has no lock

This door has no lock

Stereotype is a project by Kazutoyo Yamamoto at Clear Gallery. This is his description of the project: In fact, all that is there is merely a doorknob, meant only for opening the door. However, despite having no lock, this door is not without security features. How can this be? It is just that stereotypes have driven...
Motion + Design + Magic: delivering the concept to the stomach

Motion + Design + Magic: delivering the concept to the stomach

The food and drinks served at a party are as important as the party itself. For opening parties, say to launch an exhibition, even more so. It’s integral. But few event producers think in this integrated way. The food and drinks on offer should be a reflection of the essence of the exhibition. What guests...
Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 3

Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 3

This is the last picture report from the Tokyo Design Week 2009 by Kristina Dryza. Check the earlier ones here and here.
Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 2

Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 2

This is a new post by David Report contributor Kristina Dryza.
Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 1

Photos from Tokyo Design Week Part 1

This is a new post by David Report contributor Kristina Dryza.
QR codes introduce new Danish design talent to Japan

QR codes introduce new Danish design talent to Japan

For an hour last week, just as dusk crept over the streets of Daikanyama, the Royal Danish Embassy hosted a small launch reception for its new building façade. Curated and art directed by Per-Ole Lind the facade features Danish furniture designers of both the classic and new generation. Wanting to create a direct link between...
Design competition by Bottega Veneta

Design competition by Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta announced today a design competition organized in partnership with the world-renowned University of Tokyo. The competition, for students of the architecture department of the School of Engineering, will culminate in the presentation of three winning designs in April at Bottega Veneta’s 2010 Salone del Mobile presentation at their new headquarters in Milan. Portrait...
COME CLOSER - life inside the car

COME CLOSER – life inside the car

The latest exhibition by artist Jårg Geismar, COME CLOSER – life inside the car, concentrates on the inside, not outside, of cars. Le Corbusier, Edward Kienholz and Andy Warhol all worked with the body of cars in exhibition spaces but as Geismar explains, “The focus of cars is usually on the exterior as it’s easier...

the Way Sensing GO +

the Way Sensing GO + consists of two parts, a workshop and an installation from the outcome. The concept of this piece is building a digital version of The Way Things Go (Peter Fischli and David Weiss, 1987) assembling a chain of electric modules which has both input and output. The first version the Way Sensing...
The physical value of sound

The physical value of sound

The physical value of sound is on exhibition by Yuri Suzuki at Clear gallery in Tokyo which runs until May 2nd. If you can’t make it to the show, here’s a Flickr photo set.   And… here’s a nice yuri_suzuki_breakbeat_mix. Andra bloggar om: konst, musik, tokyo tags technorati : art music tokyo