emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010
 
emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010
nov 15, 2010

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010

emmanuelle moureaux’s installation at designtide tokyo 2010

‘eda’, meaning ‘branch’ in japanese, is an installation by french-born, tokyo-based designer emmanuelle moureaux shown at the designtide tokyo 2010. 2000 very thin, branch-shaped sticks (900 colorful and 1100 white pieces) are linked to each other.

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 close-up of the installation

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 exhibition view at designtide

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 branch-shaped pieces are linked to each other

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 ‘eda’ pieces in various colors

material: carbon weight: 2.5g / eda size: 250mm colors: 16 colors + white

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 how the pieces are connected images © designboom

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 the installation image © designboom

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 images © designboom

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 image © designboom

emmanuelle moureaux: eda at designtide tokyo 2010 emmanuelle moureaux at the exhibition portrait © designboom

design: emmanuelle moureaux prototype fabrication: acm inc. photos: nacasa & partners

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