iyama design: mt hanging masking tape installation
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may 11, 2013
iyama design: mt hanging masking tape installation


iyama design: mt hanging masking tape installation
image courtesy iyama design

 

 

held in sendai, miyagi, japanese iyama design studio has created an installation for mt’s promotional exhibition. a space is
covered with thousands of rolls of masking tape, showcasing the different application possibilities. situated in an old garage,
the intervention implements both floor and wall decorations throughout the interior fabric of the building. with the adhesives
suspended from the ceiling, the presentation provides a unique experience for users as they explore the space .

 

 

a space is covered with thousands of rolls of masking tape, showcasing the different application possibilities
image courtesy iyamadesign
 

 

 

situated in an old garage, the intervention implements both floor and wall decorations throughout the interior fabric of the building
image courtesy iyamadesign 

 

 

with the adhesives suspended from the ceiling, the presentation provides a unique experience for users as they explore the space
image courtesy iyamadesign 

 

 

application context
image courtesy iyamadesign 

 

 

mt masking tape roll detail
image courtesy iyamadesign 

 

 

tape covered walls
image courtesy iyamadesign

 

 

application context
image courtesy iyamadesign 

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