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Lexus Design Award 2014
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2613 designers from 87 different countries participated
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design for death architecture
in collaboration with the LIEN FOUNDATION, ACM FOUNDATION, and supported by the NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION (NFDA)

2412 designers from 92 different countries participated
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ASIA AWARDS 2013
in collaboration with DA - JAPAN DESIGN ASSOCIATION NPO

1861 designers from 43 different countries participated
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OLED LIGHTING International Design Competition
in collaboration with with LG CHEM and LG Electronics, KOREA
2327 designers from 89 countries participated
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design for death
in collaboration with the LIEN FOUNDATION, ACM FOUNDATION, and supported by the NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION (NFDA)

2050 participants from 96 countries

crystal vision

parure  home jewels
aug 31, 2008
parure home jewels by emi yatsuzaki from france

designer's own words:

"

One day, a friend shown us her treasure: a shoebox full of glittering stones… Those stones were spare parts of her great-mother’s chandelier. She hoped that one day she could build it up again, not as big as in her memory but for sure as beautiful as it was. From generation to generation, beloved objects are given to us like a souvenir, like a treasure. From hand to hand, from home to home, they adapt to our way of life. For our life, for our home, crystal, thanks to its permanency and quality, allows making objects that can last beside us.

“Parure” is composed of 3 small pieces made of white crystal that we can be link together in multitude to build up a personal home jewels. Each structure so created is unique and can evolve. There is the metallic structure to fix on the ceiling or the wall, e.t.c. Without any definitive composition, those objects accompany the home-life: grow up, get older and then make up again.


chandelier

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molding

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detail

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