Japanese brand Nendo presented Invisible Outlines at Milan Design Week which included its “Objectextile” exhibition. Showing at the Jil Sander showroom at Via Luca Beltrami 5, this project brings together 16 of the brand’s projects with a “theme about boundaries, borders, edges of things,” says Nendo founder Oki Sato. Spanning across seven rooms, all the projects aim to show new ways of seeing things. Standouts include, Jellyfish Vases which are super thin transparent silicon vases in various shapes submerged in a fish tank and move around like jellyfish; 80 Sheets of Mountains which is a room full of Forex sheets cut and stretched to form a mountain range; Flow coffee tables and bowls; and Gaku lighting which are lamps arranged within framed boxes.
Check out the images above and let us know which exhibit is your favorite.