Nendo has exhibit a transparent table at the Galleria Jannone in Milan. The meaning of transparent here, is not transparency that disappear visually, but the half-transparency that exists in gradations in the space between the transparent and the opaque. Transparent table is made from cast clear acrylic in a wooden form with a strong grain and assembled the resulting pieces to make a table made of ‘transparent wood’. The two tables have specific and different optical effects: at first sight the black table looks from wood, but when you see more close, a table reveals its transparency, while the other table formed a clear table, transparent at first sight, and later reveals a wooden shape. [Via]
Japanese company Nendo has designed The Transparent chair. This chair created from polyurethane film, a transparent film ordinary used as a packing material for precision instruments and products susceptible to vibrations and shock with its high elasticity and ability to return to its original state. Transparent chair consist of a backrest and armrests, its wraps and supports the body like a hammock, giving a mild and floating sense. [Via]
Japanese Design Studio Nendo has designed Sekitei chair for Cappellini. The name Sekitei is taken from the Zen gardens that inspire manufactured this armchair. The lines of the seat resemble the winding curves drawn through sand or white gravel by Japanese rakes based to an age-old art. The foam cushion also reminds this pattern with designs in white thread against black fabric or black thread against white fabric. Sekitei is made by bending 14 stainless steel pipes, each 2 cm thick and available in black and white. The specialist finish of the steel and the waterproof fabric of the cushion create armchair fit for outdoor use. [Via]
Japanese Design Studio Nendo has designed interior of Puma House Tokyo. The house is located in the city’s Aoyama design district. Puma House Tokyo is a versatile space that can be used for exhibitions, events, fittings, product launches and other media events. Puma House Tokyo unites the brand’s press room and event space into one space for the first time.
According to Nendo, we put staircases that climb around the existing features around the space like vines. These staircases are not used to climb, but for display stands Puma’s sneakers and as a compositional element that provides the space a special character. The resulting effect is a powerful reminder that we train our bodies every day up and down stairs, and have a visual relationship with the stadium stairs and podium as well, to bring an important relationship with the Puma sports. The stairs take a sense of movement to the interior, allowing the display of products that fully three-dimensional use of space and enable visitors to experience the world view of Puma. [Via]
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Nendo has designed the Pond for Italian company Moroso. Pond is a low table with glass surface and bottom printed with graphic patterns. This table consist in four sizes with different height, and can be placed together to make an interaction level, pattern and clarity as one of the glass surface of the table. The table called ‘pond’ to remember the way that the surface of the pond not only reflect the environment but also changes constantly with the wind, weather and movement in it. [Via]