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우산을 접고나서도 약간의 물이고여있거나 제대로 말아두지않으면 우둘투둘한 모습이 되는데 이제품처럼 한번더 비닐로 감싸는 형태가 되면 편리할 것 같다. 평소 우리가 일회용 비닐에 싸서 들어가는 효과를 합친 것 같다.

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우산을 접고나서도 약간의 물이고여있거나 제대로 말아두지않으면 우둘투둘한 모습이 되는데 이제품처럼 한번더 비닐로 감싸는 형태가 되면 편리할 것 같다. 평소 우리가 일회용 비닐에 싸서 들어가는 효과를 합친 것 같다.

nendo makes 'Soft' the #glass - The collection for Glas Italia at solo exhibition during Milano Salone 2015 #table

nendo makes glass 'Soft' The collection for Glas Italia at nendo's solo exhibition during MDW 2015

nendo makes 'Soft' the #glass - The collection for Glas Italia at solo exhibition during Milano Salone 2015 #table

nendo organizes emergency kit essentials within a single, compact tube - created via http://pinthemall.net

nendo organizes emergency kit essentials within a single, compact tube - created via http://pinthemall.net

‘Fade out chair’ from Canadian-Japanese designer Nendo

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‘Fade out chair’ from Canadian-Japanese designer Nendo

creations with lines

creations with lines

Bottle-shaped piggy banks with two coin slots that mimic a pig's snout designed by Nendo.

Pyggy Bank by Nendo

Bottle-shaped piggy banks with two coin slots that mimic a pig's snout designed by Nendo.

Custom metal "border table" furniture by Oki Sato of Nendo at the Gyre Gallery

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Custom metal "border table" furniture by Oki Sato of Nendo at the Gyre Gallery

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50 Manga Chairs Nendo at Milan Design Week 2016

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Think Black Lines by Nendo was originally conceived for an exhibition (curated by Phillips de Pury and Company) at the Saatchi Gallery in London in 2010 based on condensed expressions of meaning. Whereby the designs gently break the relationship of before and behind, and traverse at times the space between two and three dimensions.

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Think Black Lines by Nendo was originally conceived for an exhibition (curated by Phillips de Pury and Company) at the Saatchi Gallery in London in 2010 based on condensed expressions of meaning. Whereby the designs gently break the relationship of before and behind, and traverse at times the space between two and three dimensions.

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