takt project installation for yamaha design exhibition tokyo
 
takt project installation for yamaha design exhibition tokyo takt project installation for yamaha design exhibition tokyo
nov 18, 2013

takt project installation for yamaha design exhibition tokyo

takt project installation for yamaha design exhibition tokyo
photo © daici ano
all images courtesy of takt project

 

 

 

in commemoration of yahama design laboratory’s 50th anniversary, japanese studio takt project have created the ‘design recipe’ installation. held during tokyo design week at the axis gallery, the exhibition celebrates the well known instrument company’s unique design philosophy. displaying a wide range of hanging products and instruments, the work was based on ‘design for players. not for consumers or users’. cropped stages express the performance nature of the installation with people able to see this creative flair in the space. visitors are welcomed to interact with these areas, becoming performers themselves. this idea further represents the yahama philosophy of ‘design from both players and the audience’s viewpoint’, turning the whole exhibition into one stage.

 

 


entrance to the exhibition space
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main gallery of instruments and musical equipement
image © daici ano

 

 


the suspended instruments were each defined by a rectangular platfor,
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image © daici ano

 

 


image © daici ano

 

 


image © daici ano

 

 


the show was a celebration of the yamaha design laboratory’s 50th anniversary
image © daici ano

 

 


image © daici ano

 

 


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view from behind the electronic drums
image © daici ano

 

 

project info:

 
title: YAMAHA design exhibition ‘design recipe’ at axis gallery
installation design: takt project
lighting: maxray inc.
term: 30/10/2013-04/11/2013

photo: daici ano

 

 

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