// arthitectural / Exhibition space
  • We designed the exhibition site for the Jiro Takamatsu (1936-1998) retrospective presented at the National Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition was curated by Tomohiro Masuda, Mika Kuraya and Kenjiro Hosaka who oversaw the early, middle and latter chapters of Takamatsu’s work respectively. We were tasked with providing a lofty exhibition space where visitors could […]


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  • Kokaistudios is proud to announce that Moleskine will be hosting the Detour exhibition at the recently opened, Kokaistudios designed, Moleskine Concept Store in Taikoo Li Sanlitun, as part of the 2013 Beijing Design Week from September 26 to October 3, 2013. Kokaistudios and Moleskine began their cooperation to open the first Moleskine flagship Concept Store in Xintiandi in Shanghai […]


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The concept of Villa Jian came from the local architecture word called “Jian”. In the local architecture culture, there was one commonly used for building space base unit that is “Jian”, one “Jian” represented a width of about 3.3 m to3.6 m of spatial scale, this word “Jian” not only represented a space base unit, […]


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