ryuji nakamura architects: paper and ribbon installations
mar 30, 2009
ryuji nakamura architects: paper and ribbon installations



‘kuma’, 2006
material: paper
size: 28x21x30cm



‘atmosphere’, 2009


material: mold ribbon by yoko ando
size: w16.4m d17.5m h9.0m
director: yasuki fujita
production: the tokyo chamber opera theatre

scenery of opera ‘le grand macabre’, new national theatre, tokyo, was on show on 7 and 8 february 2009.



scenery of opera ‘le grand macabre’



catenarhythm ribbon project, 2008

people can walk over the ribbons like walking in the forest…

the catenarhythm ribbon project was on show
from 30th october to 11th november 2008 at living design gallery in tokyo.
exhibition director: eizo okada

the projects ‘hechima’ and ‘insect cage’ were exhibited in ‘eco & art 2009′
from 6 february to 23 march, 2009.



hechima chair, 2007
material: paper (vulcanized fibre t1.6)
size: w900 d900 h750
photo: ryuji nakamura



view from top



detail



detail



‘nukegara’, 2006
material: paper (vulcanized fibre t3.0)
size: w900 d900 h750



hechima chair, 2005
material: plywood t5.0
size: w700 d700 h700



‘insect cage’, october 2007
resin d=0.3mm, size: 12.1×12.1×10.5cm
director: eizo okada



detail

in 2006 ryuji nakamura architects designed jin’s global standard located in chiba, japan for jin co.



detail


all photos by ryuji nakamura

architect ryuji nakamura was born in 1972 in nagano, japan.
from 2000 to 2003 he worked at jun aoki & associates, and since 2004 he established
ryuji nakamura architects office, working in the fields of industrial design, architecture,
landscape design, interior and furniture design. ryuji nakamura is lecturer at maebashi
institute of technology.

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