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nendo @ Maison & Objet 2012

During Maison & Objet in Paris, Japanese design studio nendo unveiled a number of exhibitions, none more interesting than “Object Dependencies,” which showed off their unique pairing of dysfunctional design and art. The “Object Dependencies” collection presented ‘weak furniture’ which cannot stand independently until they have been made structurally sound by the addition of another object, which not only provides stability, but can offer other effects such as changing the angle of light emitted from a lamp, or expanding a bookshelf. Always a design house pushing the boundaries, their latest offering is no different.

Source: designboom

Date: Jan 10, 2012  /  Views: 2045  /  Author: Alec Banks
Category: Design  /  Tags: Furniture, Industrial design, Nendo