I’ve been a longtime fan and supporter of the work of Nosigner (aka Eisuke Tachikawa, whose monicker is now the name of his firm), covering many of his early works in my “On Design” column and elsewhere, and it makes me happy to see that he’s gotten to a point where he’s headlining his own show […]
For the Hakone Open-Air Museum, Tezuka Architects created the “Woods of Net,” a permanent pavilion for net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam — ArchDaily posts a few photos of the installation. Via Dezain.net.
Designboom takes a look at the Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects‘ “Bamboo Forest and Huts with Water” installation, presented earlier this year as part of the “Aqua Metropolis” event in Osaka.
Yuki Nakano has certainly been keeping busy since moving to Australia, and her latest project is a piece entitled “3 – Three French Hens,” part of the “Artist’s Dozen, a contemporary remix of a traditional Christmas carol” installation in Brisbane. It will be on display until December 24. Update: More photos of Yuki’s installation.
For its new “Night Color” series of black appliances, Panasonic enlisted Cornelius to create music for a special installation at Tokyo Designer’s Week. I didn’t get to see it because I didn’t want to wait in line, but now we get to see a video of it. Via Patrick Benny.
I haven’t seen it myself — hell, I haven’t seen much of anything over the past three months — but Cheungvogl‘s “Tokyo Reflections” interactive installation on the JR platforms at Tokyo station looks like an interesting one. I found out about it through this post over at Designboom — where you can read more details […]
PSFK covers Takahiro Yamaguchi’s “Urbanized Typeface: Shibuya 08-09,” and interactive installation that presents a typeface he created by riding his GPS-equipped bike. It’s presented as part of the ICC’s yearlong “Open Space 2009” exhibition.