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  • Daily life with handicrafts and design This project was the scenography of Japanese crafts exhibition organized by Japan craft design association (JCDA) at Maison de la culture du Japon (MCJP) in Paris. 233 created by many artists were displayed. They were made of various materials and techniques: glass, metal, bamboo, washi and jewelry, urushi, textile, […]


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  •   «Exhibiting, presenting things in public, always means addressing time. The present that leads us to the future, projects that are already being transported to reality. Also, the present of that which is clearly finished, and a trace of the past that has brought us to this point. An exhibition allows us to salvage, for a moment, materials […]


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Lightness, colour and high-tech materials were the highlight attributes to convey with for the design of a product display area for the ONE SERIES Reebok running shoes within the promotional event held in Montjuic Park last October , amid a busy community of sports opinion leaders. To achieve this, a group of slender translucent and […]


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