A platform that presents design capabilities in innovative ways

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“Experimental Creations” is a project that focuses on material experimentations and creative processes. In creating objects, it is important to contemplate extra value such as colors and touch, along with the design of physical aesthetics and functionality. Moreover, the design capabilities expand in midst of creative processes involving innovative experimentations of materials, rather than during the design process of physical appearances using existing materials.

For Salone de Mobile 2017, we are working with six young talented Japanese designers in serving well-balanced delightful assortment of ideas to the audience. The participating designers are experimenting to find the most inventive way to exploit the material, in order to retain the perfect mixture of their creative abilities. There are six experiments focusing on material and process, including a challenge to create new materials using food waste and bounties of nature, an exploration of rust texture and color, experiments on electronic devices, CT scanners and 3D printers.

Works

Working Device
Rust & Basis Metal / Rust Collecting
reconstruction of the shell
nuno (Series of textile-like cover)
Deeper Paper
GREEN SOLID COLLECTION
DISSOLVE
Concreatone Tile
cALoth [animal]
Patience
Drift
The light -WASHI DO-
ALTERS -subsidiaries –
Pulp mold block
second surface
KONJIKI
Vestige
RE:TASTE of CELLS
OPTICAL FIBER BLOCK
cALoth
Concretone
bare skin
DISSOLVE
Composition
The Peculiar Stick
Stone Compote
MW:WW / More Works : With Wood
utsushiwa
soup
Weaving Porcelain
metabolizing cement/ dressing cement
Sinkmarks
Serendipity?
SO
wood layer
Oriental Loops

Exhibitions

EXPERIMENTAL CREATIONS IN MILANO 2017
Experimental Creations #006 Tokyo
Experimental Creations in Milano 2016
Experimental Creations has been invited to exhibit CREATIVE EXPO TAIWAN 2015
Experimental Creations at Ventura Lambrate
Experimental Creations at VENTURA LAMBRATE: Digital Experiments
EXPERIMENTAL CREATIONS AT VENTURA LAMBRATE: Material Experiments
Experimental Creations #002

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