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the multi-part installation celebrates the tokushima LED digital art festival, taking advantage of the area's natural beauty and transforming the city's focal river and forest.The post teamlab immerses japanese city in digital installations including 3D firework light sculpture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
it’s free like water and powered by a hidden fire.The post LEXUS’ ‘molten katana’ LF-1 draws from the strong silhouette of japanese samurai swords appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Japanese video game console market has grown for the first time in 11 years, experiencing a spike in sales during 2017. ...
the japanese otomo design studio created a set of pencils which reflects the japanese culture of admiring flowers. based on the shapes and colors of 5 most popular flowers in japan, the pencils are made of eco-friendly materials.The post otomo studio turns traditional japanese flower icons into pencils appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This multi-storey cat tree by Yoh Komiyama was inspired by the modernist architecture movement and features a series of wooden dowels anchored by a marble base. Read more
Japanese architect Takashi Okuno designed this house with a U-shaped plan, to ensure every room has a view of the tree in the central courtyard. Read more
reconsidered and redesigned from the bottom up, the neko cat tree looks more like a modernist architectural sculpture than a cat toy.The post this sculptural japanese neko cat tree costs 1 million yen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Tokujin Yoshioka has created a range of minimal bottles and tubes for a Japanese skincare brand, which are each topped with lids made to look like natural stone. Read more
the designers created a central, built-in, multi-purpose table – set between the kitchen and the dining room on the first floor – used by the family members for various functions.The post arbol design incorporates angular gabled roof in quaint japanese home appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Many of us don't need any extra incentive to clock off at the end of the work day, but in Japan the intense business culture means many office workers put in too much overtime. Now, a couple of companies have unveiled the kind of quirky solution that could only come out of Japan: a drone that flies around the office at knock off time, blasting music to annoy staff into leaving...Continue Read


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