nendo: shadowstand
 
nendo: shadowstand
dec 10, 2011

nendo: shadowstand

‘shadowstand’ by nendo all images by hiroshi iwasaki

japanese architecture firm and design studio nendo has developed ‘shadowstand’ for ELECOM. the collection consists of stands for smartphones and slate tablets in various sizes and colors. the piece cradles the device and seems to cast a shadow of a single flower in a vase. the presence of technology and absence of nature and authentic shadow results in a playful and useful design.

nendo: shadowstandiPhone and iPad being held by the two sizes available for the ‘shadowstand’

nendo: shadowstand color variations for the smartphone and mp3 player cradle

nendo: shadowstanddetailed view of ‘shadowstand’

  • lovely 🙂

    beatrice says:
  • Keep up the great work. 🙂

    Stephen says:
  • Nice, but do we actually need them?

    jawan says:
  • no we don’t… just like designboom doesn’t need any negative comments. you are only alowed to say something positive. they’re probably sponsored by all the brands they represent!

    critic says:
  • sponsors?
    no, the articles are editorials.

    db says:
  • looking around in my flat… there is no desk or floor that hits the wall like in these sample images.

    oliver says:
  • Per what “jawan’ asked, he (or she?) doesn’t need anything but only food, water, a bed and a toilet and some clothes.

    New shoes? waste of money! Watch? I can ask people! Is that chair nice? No, I can sit on the bed.

    MMH says:

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