Ethereal lanterns, glowing concrete mushrooms and luminous abstract sculptures. Discover 7 lighting designs debuting at Milano Design City 2021.
Made from bamboo, washi paper and translucent silk, the Hyouri collection pays tribute to traditional Kyoto lanterns and comprises designs that “seem to swallow parts of themselves.”
Fuorisalone fall edition: origami-like tables, armchairs experimenting with binary geometry, seats inspired by milking stools and a tribute to Beirut resilience.
Rossana Orlandi’s ‘Guiltless Plastic’ project, Google smart installation exploring the psychology of design, a new creative district hosting the very first Republic of Design and more… The very best of Fuorisalone 2019 is on Archipanic!
As a teaser of a Milan design week major exhibition, WonderGlass presents MELT, a furniture and table top collection by Nendo exploring the molten liquid nature of glass.
From brutalist cheese platters to Memphis-style bottles and extravagant glassware pot-pourri. 10 convivial tableware designs to set on the table or wrap with a ribbon.
The ESCHER x NENDO | BETWEEN TWO WORLDS exhibition brings together the intriguing and deceiving genius of MC. Escher with site-specific designs created by nendo.
Japanese design studio Nendo designed DENQUL, a mobile battery which can charge smartphones by swiveling it with one hand.
Snuggle-up alcoves within endangered monsters’ hugs, bespoke thrones in a barn and ‘watercoloured’ furniture… 7 poetic designs debuting at Design Miami/ Basel 2018.
Nendo debuts at Design Basel 2018 with the poetic Watercolour collection: steel furniture were treated to look like they were cut our from a paper sheet with bleeding blue-hues.
Blown glass martians, a multi-eyed mirror and troops of quirky creatures populate Lasvit’s latest collection which took over the halls and the stage of a Milanese theatre with a monster cabaret.
The debut of Ventura Future and the Vegan design challenge, a sky-mirroring courtyard and choreographies of light inspired by folk dance. 15 must-see exhibitions at Fuorisalone 2018.
Fuorisalone 2018 – Contemporary hourglasses by Nendo feature clouds and puddles-looking chambers showing that time is moving more freely than ever.
Stackable, multifunctional and extremely practical. nendo pays homage to Kartell’s iconic Componibili design which turns 50 this year.
Where They Create photo essays by Paul Barbera explores working spaces and daily routines of 32 leading Japanese creatives such as Tadao Ando, Nendo and Schemata Architects.
Spring kicks in with Milan Design Week just around the corner. We selected 7 blooming designs and installations by Nendo, Front, Piuarch and more on show at Fuorisalone 2017.
Get mesmerised in Milan! ArchiPanic picks 10 stunning installations on show at the world most important design week that hosts over 1.200 events, installations and exhibitions.
Nendo’s H-Horse for Kartell is a transparent rocking horse that combines plastic transparency with the strength of architectural I -or H- shaped beams.
Inspired Japanese manga comics, Nendo created a series of 50 chairs that translate GULP!, BANG, SLURP and BOING into furniture design.
SmallerObjects presents a new collection developed by international designers who believed in Claesson Koivisto Rune alternative royalty model.
Border Table sketch-like designs by Nendo are tailored to fit and run across the contours of Eye of Gyre gallery in Tokyo.
Japan Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 features an wooden grid made without nails or bolts. Architect Atsushi Kitagawara combined ancient construction methods with the latest technologies whilst Nendo and TeamLab powered up the exhibition with stunning designs.
Can shape and texture effect flavours? ArchiPanic met Oki Sato founder of Nendo and Maison&Objet designer of the year who presented a chocolate design project in a chocolate chill out lounge.
Nendo designed a standing-up umbrella with a two-forked handle that allows also multiple positions when not in use.
Japanese design studio Nendo managed to work glass like it was a patchwork quilt.
Birdhouses architecture? Recent the projects by Nendo, Frederik Roje, Jarrod Lim and Andreu Carulla look deeper into our relationship with Nature and offer a playful and intimate reflection upon our coexistence with other living beings.