Nendo’s Extensive Oeuvre Comes to Life at Design Museum Holon

In the Shade, a temporary installation, introduces “Nendo: The Space in Between” at Israel’s Design Museum Holon by Ron Arad Associates. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Paint colors on the MDF display fixtures are paired with the exhibition’s six themes. Photography by Takumi Ota.

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Agricultural netting was thermoformed into Farming-Net pendant fixtures. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Chairs and side tables represent the six themes. Photography by Takumi Ota.

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Caesar-Stone: Solid-Surfacing

Glas Italia: Custom Glass Panels

In the Shade combines a platform and supports in solid-surfacing with panels of glass. Photography by Takumi Ota.

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Produced for an installation at the Maison & Objet fair in Paris, prototype acrylic Rain Bottles flank the Target bookcase in lacquered MDF. Photography by Takumi Ota.

A materials study. Photography by Takumi Ota.

The prototype chairs Print and Fishline. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Nonwoven polyester Blown Fabric lamps, also prototypes. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Thin Black tables in powder-coated iron and glass. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Models 3-D printed in resin. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Scale models of tables and chopsticks. Photography by Takumi Ota.

The prototype silicone Shivering Bowls were designed for an exhibition at the Triennale di Milano design museum. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Epitomizing the Relationships theme, Object Dependencies tables would fall over without other objects weighting down the bases or tops. Photography by Takumi Ota.

Nendo founder and chief designer Oki Sato stands with his Bamboo Weaving table and chairs in steel. Photography by Takumi Ota.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Takumi Ota.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Takumi Ota.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Takumi Ota.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Takumi Ota.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Takumi Ota.

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