nendo

Sōgetsu Hall, 6F 7-chōme-2-21 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 107-0052 Giappone

Nendo is the Studio created by the architect and designer Sato Oki, born in Toronto because of his father's work, the family had to move. He studied at Tokyo Gakugei Oizumi Junior High School and at Waseda University Senior High School, later graduated from the Graduate School of Science and Engineering at Waseda University, as the best student in 2000. In 2002, shortly after completing his academic course at the architecture department founded the "nendo" design office. His wide range of works includes product design, interior design, architecture, graphics and the corporate brand. In 2012, he became the youngest winning designer in the British magazine "Wallpaper" and "Elle Deco International Design Award". In 2015, he was awarded "Designer of the Year" by Maison & Objet de Paris, the largest interior design fair in Europe. His works have been published by the most important magazines in the world

ARTICLES

polycarbonate seating collection Bouncy Layers

Seats made from polycarbonate sheets. A collection of soft and geometric shapes

Studio nendo designs Bouncy Layers, a collection of chairs and furniture, where the concept of upholstery is reworked through the use of polycarbonate sheets, which due to the skillful use of lamination and folding its softness can be modified

Triangular tables collection

Collection of tables. Project that references to triangular curtains

The collection of Japanese coffee tables, a project of extraordinary originality and creativity, whose shape is similar to that of triangular curtains is the work of an established architecture and design studio based in Tokyo and Milan

Magnetic frame sketch

A magnetic frame like a miniature room. Light as a furnishing element

The Japanese designer nendo designs a collection of lamps for Flos with the emblematic name "gaku", which means frame, as is its design, simple minimalist, whose complexity lies in the high versatility of the object

Minimal design objects inspired by Chinese pictograms

Objects of Minimal Design. Radical shapes according to Chinese traditions and pictograms

Japanese designer Oki Sato, founder of Nendo, has designed this collection on the occassion Maison&Objet 2018, a series of objects inspired by Chinese tradition and pictograms, conceived to enrich spaces and fill them with an unusual charm

lights acrylic table geometric shapes

Forms of light inspired by the works of Isamu Noguchi. White acrylic turns into sculpture

The Japanese designer Nendo starts from the exhibition "Akari Unfolded", which was held in New York at the Noguchi Museum, to reinterpret the works exhibited by six designers. The result are white acrylic light works that convey the idea of sculpted stone fragments