– The main feature of the restaurant designed by Kengo Kuma in Miyagi, Japan, are the suspended flowers, arranged in cylinders made of wooden bar and acrylic.
– Master cabinetmaker Antrei Hartikainen crafts maple wood mixing handcarving and CNC milling, to create delicate shapes inspired by stems, leaves and mushrooms.
– The Organo collection by Moisés Hernández speaks of rythm and composition: hand made with borosilicate glass, each vase calls for flowers at different hights.
– Located within a shopping mall in Beijing, the 100 sqm nails salon designed by Archstudio gives the clients a warm and relaxed feeling thanks to its laser cut, fluid walls.
– Presented at Design Miami Basel, Tokujin Yoshioka designed a stool for Louis Vuitton that represents its iconic Monogram as four interlaced golden petals.
– The Bellavista restaurant by El Equipo Creativo is a place in Barcelona where guests can enjoy a relaxed and fun environment and where they would feel at home.
– To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Sogetsu school of Ikebana, Nendo created a kaleidoscopic environment where tiny mirrors reflect the flowers and a zen garden.
– Designed by studio 1+1>2 in Vietnam, Lung Luong elementary school appears like a fresh jungle flower in lively colors and with a contemporary design language.
– A delicate cherry blossom branch peeks out of the porcelain vase designed by Nendo for French manufacturer Sèvres, on show at Milan Design Week.
– Fabrica designs chapter II of Da Vetro, a limited edition borosilicate glass collection, whose forms and function push the material to the limit.
Top: Nendo, Kaleidoscopic Ikebana, set-up view, Tokyo, 2017. Photo Takumi Ota, Kozo Sekiya