we told you about Nendo’s ultralight mobile display furniture for some
inexpensive(ish) Issey Miyake stores in Tokyo. Six months on, the
disgustingly talented Japanese design firm unveils a new concept:
Fashion on pins and needles.
The bags fall over the rods willy-nilly, as if they
were “flowers in a light breeze,” to continue the Great Plains similie
here. The shelving and hangers echo the rods.
Nendo‘s Oki Sato has inspired envy
in the hearts of lesser designers everywhere for his play with
lightness and illusion, turning chairs into ghosts and clothing hangers
into wire-frame sculpture. Read more about him here.