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Danish studio Norm Architects has teamed up with Japanese furniture manufacturer Karimoku to create four pieces of wooden furniture for a renovation project in Tokyo. Read more
for this project, the architects aimed to create a house which harmonizes with its context in both materiality and geometry. The post naoko horibe’s family house in japanese suburbs merges with surrounding barns appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Japanese game developer Hiroko Yokoyama discusses how the climate of the games industry in the '90s pushed women away from being able to learn new technology to advance their careers. ...
wakino ad company hopes to recruit young male and female models to act as body billboards. The post japanese company wants to put ads in your armpits appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer PUBG Corp. has apologized for an in-game helmet design Korean and Chinese players deemed the design to be offensive. ...
consisting of multiple rectangular prisms covered with veneers, the studio always maintains the same interior spirit, while changing the colors corresponding to each event. The post nendo designs prime news branding and studio set for a japanese TV station appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
for centuries the custom of using lunch boxes such as these helped to maintain relationships between communities by containing food in which to share with one another.  The post art exhibition explores communication design through the lens of the iconic japanese bento box appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
holes drilled into recycled paper tubes create an interlocking system to create temporary private shelters. The post shigeru ban creates temporary shelter system for victims of japanese floods appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Schemata Architects, headed by Jo Nagasaka, has converted a traditional house in Kamakura, Japan, into an office featuring modern fitted furniture. Read more
'the façade is the most important part of the project.' - notes kengo kuma in a recent interview with designboom.  The post kengo kuma’s wooden cladding emulates the effects of a japanese forest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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