Posts Tagged ‘japanese culture’

Nomadic Life collection by Gerardo Osio

January 4th, 2017

Nomadic Life is a selection of objects, inspired by Japanese culture and traditional crafts, that can be carried from a living place to another, making it easy to create a familiar space anywhere.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – OGE&CO.

August 19th, 2013

OGE&CO. Japanese premium denim brand dedicated to an all female market was established in 2011 and is actively sold in the premium segment in 11 countries including South Africa, Canada & America.

Ikibana restaurant by El Equipo Creativo, Barcelona

May 14th, 2013

The wooden element in our design comes with the spectacular ceiling designed as a forest of entwined branches, becoming one of the main protagonists of the space. The light crosses the ceiling projecting a warm tinkling of lights and shadows on every surface of the restaurant.

Senba Tea bags branding by Seita Goto

March 11th, 2013

Senba Tea is a product concept that functions both as tea bags and decoration. Its simple geometric structure is composed of triangles; the main shapes used to make origami cranes.

Yoobi branding by ico design

July 27th, 2012

Pursuing a robust brand strategy, we identified values that capture the energy of South America, the contemporary artistic flair of London, and the respect of Japanese culture. These values inform every expression of the brand, starting with the name: Yoobi derives from the Japanese word for fingers, yubi – totally apt for food made for eating with the hands.

Liouguei soap packaging design by G-idea

March 5th, 2012

In November 2009, We were approached by the NCKU (National Cheng Kung University) to participate in a Marakot relief project in Liouguei, one of the area hardest hit by the Marakot typhoon in 2009.

Sushicafé Avenida by Saraiva + Asociados, Lisbon

November 30th, 2011

In April 2011 the most recent Japanese restaurant opened in Lisbon. Created by the Architecture Practice “Saraiva + Associados”, the aim of this design was to reflect different facets of Japanese culture. The thought was to surprise the clientele by letting them discover new textures, new colours and new scents in every step they take or even in every visit they make.

ESTNATION bis by Moment Design, Tokyo

August 4th, 2011

The key design is the white stick-partitions that vaguely divide the whole space. As the location and environment of the store is not said perfect because of the low ceiling and deep shape. The stick-partitions help to show customers the whole of interior even from the entrance.