Nendo: Trace
Milan Design Week 2017
Milan, Italy
Furniture has its own movements that, even if they are not visible, they exist in our subconscious and in a virtual space. Nendo makes this traces visible, celebrating them. 

A collection of shelving created by visualizing invisible “trace”.
Within the space where we live there are items that “move”. They are furniture, doors and windows – Items that move in relation to our daily activities. Although they may not be visible, we are subconsciously aware of the “traces” of their movements every day. For example, because of that, we do not put a vase in front of a door. It is essential for a person who specializes in space design to be even more aware of this, as they have to portray these “traces” onto drawings. In the same manner, by visualizing such “traces” in space, the various movement of a door attached to a simple cabinet was implied. 
 

Nendo: Trace  - trace collection sketch 30
Nendo: Trace  - trace container01 akihiro yoshida 32
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container04 akihiro yoshida 34
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container07 akihiro yoshida 36
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container10 akihiro yoshida 38
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container15 akihiro yoshida 40
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container18 akihiro yoshida 42
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container21 akihiro yoshida 44
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container34 akihiro yoshida 46
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container37 akihiro yoshida 48
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container39 akihiro yoshida 50
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container13 akihiro yoshida 52
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace
Milan Design Week 2017
Milan, Italy
Furniture has its own movements that, even if they are not visible, they exist in our subconscious and in a virtual space. Nendo makes this traces visible, celebrating them. 

A collection of shelving created by visualizing invisible “trace”.
Within the space where we live there are items that “move”. They are furniture, doors and windows – Items that move in relation to our daily activities. Although they may not be visible, we are subconsciously aware of the “traces” of their movements every day. For example, because of that, we do not put a vase in front of a door. It is essential for a person who specializes in space design to be even more aware of this, as they have to portray these “traces” onto drawings. In the same manner, by visualizing such “traces” in space, the various movement of a door attached to a simple cabinet was implied. 
 

Nendo: Trace  - trace collection sketch 54
Nendo: Trace  - trace container01 akihiro yoshida 56
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container04 akihiro yoshida 58
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container07 akihiro yoshida 60
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container10 akihiro yoshida 62
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container15 akihiro yoshida 64
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container18 akihiro yoshida 66
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container21 akihiro yoshida 68
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container34 akihiro yoshida 70
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container37 akihiro yoshida 72
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container39 akihiro yoshida 74
Akihiro Yoshida
Nendo: Trace  - trace container13 akihiro yoshida 76
Akihiro Yoshida

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