takeshi miyakawa: holey chair
takeshi miyakawa: holey chair takeshi miyakawa: holey chair
jul 14, 2010

takeshi miyakawa: holey chair

illuminated ‘holey chairs’ by takeshi miyakwa image © designboom

japanese designer takeshi miyakawa exhibited his ‘holey chair’ in designboom’s ‘asia now‘ exhibition held at dwell on design in los angeles in june 2010.

top view image © designboom

the ‘holey chair’ is a light fixture constructed from white acrylic in the shape of a chair frame. LEDs embedded within illuminate the form. it can be placed on the floor or installed on the wall. available in two sizes: a larger version (14" x 16" x 28") and smaller version (10 3/4" x 12" x 21").

installation view of some of the pieces on display in the japan section of the ‘asia now’ exhibition image © designboom

takeshi miyakawa

installation of the ‘holey chair’

installation of the ‘holey chair’

takeshi miyakawa installation a ‘holey chair’ on a lamp post

an illuminated ‘holey chair’ hanging from the street infrastructure

holey chair installation at sportmax store in nyc, 2010

holey chair installation at sportmax store in nyc, 2010 image © designboom

construction of the chair

graphics which illustrated the current production of art, architecture and design in japan. various image panels covered the wall of the japanese section of the ‘asia now’ exhibition. image © designboom

  • claaro por ke no un objeto mas para gastar mas energia +stuff

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