'second nature' curated by tokujin yoshioka opens
 
'second nature' curated by tokujin yoshioka opens 'second nature' curated by tokujin yoshioka opens
oct 16, 2008

'second nature' curated by tokujin yoshioka opens

‘second nature’ at 21_21 design sight

 

 

designboom has been hinting and previewing the tokujin yoshioka curated exhibition ‘second nature’ for some time now. well, the exhibition is now open so we are able to show you the real deal. the show is being held at ‘21_21 design sight’ in roppongi, tokyo from today until january 18, 2009. yoshioka not only curated the show but is also showing his newest design, the natural crystal chair ‘venus’. a number of other artists and designers are showing works including ross lovegrove, who was on hand for the opening, and brazil’s campana brothers.

 


tokujin yoshioka
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inside ‘second nature’ at 21_21 design sight
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‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka
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‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka image © designboom

 

‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka image © designboom

 

‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka (detail) image © designboom

 

‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka image © designboom

 

‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka image © designboom

 

 

‘venus’ chair by tokujin yoshioka (detail) image © designboom

 

 

inside ‘second nature’ at 21_21 design sight image © designboom

 

 

inside ‘second nature’ at 21_21 design sight image © designboom

 

another crystal chair at ‘second nature’ image © designboom

 

 

another crystal chair at ‘second nature’ image © designboom

 

 

another crystal chair at ‘second nature’ image © designboom

 

 

another crystal chair (detail) at ‘second nature’ image © designboom

 

 

inside ‘second nature’ at 21_21 design sight image © designboom

 

 

‘goddess of memory’ image © designboom

 

 

the making of crystal chair

 

 

more ‘venus’ natural crystal chair by tokujin yoshioka

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