When is a chair not a chair?

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June 16, 2016 13:55

The exhibition looks at the gray areas between physical, cultural and conceptual interfaces.




Manikin exhibition

‘Softer than Steel’ – The addition of surprising angles and directions to metal rods gives them a new functionality and a light, flexible feel. (photo credit: NENDO)

The Japanese have a propensity for attending to minutiae. That is evident from practically every item on show at the “Nendo: The Space in Between” exhibition, which opened at the Holon Design Museum last week and runs until the end of October.

Everywhere you look in the show, which occupies three display areas, there is food for thought and captivating aesthetics.

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