Creative Events & Artworks

Anthea Walsh


何があるのかな?ガラスケースのある方へ進んでみる。


意地悪いほど神経質に、細かい刺繍をするかのように、胸の奥にある何かを刺す。
何だろう…?

Fragile Future で感じた何かとどこか重なるような。

それを知らないのは私。




@ Craft Central in London


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Nestor Campos


Harbour by Nestor Campos

Nestor Campos showing the lamp fitting of Harbour

Such a familiar shape.
It should have been around us.

I can put it on the table, on the floor or hung it on the wall or use as a pendant lamp…
How many ways can I think of?

Such a a familiar shape, part 2.
A cute table and a simple plate.

Sometimes it’s OK without the table top, just to keep a glass/cup by a couch.

For a chattering time on tatami floor, we can use both the blue top and the table with legs.

It’s very charming to put only the blue top on the floor, looks like floating.

Tabula by Nestor Campos

Nestor Campos starts explaining Tabula.

Tabula by Nestro Campos

He turns the table upside down on the floor. It works without blue table top, as well!



Tabula by Nestro Campos

He sets the blue top on the part with legs. I’m looking forward to seeing a customized version with the edge. ♥

Are your guests waiting for pinchos?
Sorry, wait for a minute. I need to carry slowly… if it had an edge around, slightly higher than the flat part…

@ designjunction 2014 in London


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Tianman Song


How often do you have time with an only tea/coffee cup?

Slow Living, Slow Tea

Tender texture of widening rings on wooden water shows transparency of wood. The wooden tea table leads us into a relaxing and warm time.



Sometimes stop plural-doing, just have a cup of tea, so the tea will call a relaxing companion for you.

@ designjunction 2014 in London


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Raw Edges’ place called home

a place called home by Raw Edges

Raw Edges are not opening doors but making the living space wider.

ドアを開けているのではありません。
パーテーションをスライドさせて、リビングスペースを広げています。

よーく見ているうちに、ふすまで仕切られた日本のかつての木造家屋とシンクロしてきませんか?

何かを探して遠出をし、見つけるものは身近なもの。

Raw Edges の二人が伝えてくれました。

An event of London Design Festival 2014 ”a place called home” @ Trafalgar Square

a space called home by Raw Edges

Yael Mer is pulling a pertation, Shay Alkalay is pushing it.

a space called home by Raw Edges

A house flexibly divided in 3 spaces. Bed space, living+kitchen and bath space

a space called home by Raw Edges

From kitchen side. The white cylinder is a lamp, which is shared with bath side, too!

a space called home by Raw Edges

Bath side. One sink is shared with bath side and kitchen side. I’ve wanted it for a long time!

a space called home by Raw Edges

The shower head works as a shelf. When bath space is pleated, the shelf is for the kitchen!

a space called home by Raw Edges

Shay is talking with visitors in front of the living space.

a space called home by Raw Edges

Such a small house! But we can live widely.



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天気と服装 in ロンドン 5

We are fine under the sunshine. 晴れの日は心も晴れ晴れ。Enjoy comfort under cloud. 曇りは意外と快適。2014.9.18 (木)
雲は出てるけどとても明るい。晴れだ。
コットンシャツ、キャミソール、サイクリングパンツ、ソックス、スニーカー

a palace called home

Event “a palace called home” collaborated AirBnB and London Design Festival at Trafalgar Square


AirBnBとロンドン市がトラファルガー広場で“home”をテーマにイベントをするという。
London Design Festival 期間中のお天気恵まれた、楽しいイベント。

Brian Chesky at a palace called home

Brian Chesky at the opening of “a palace called home”


a place called home

「ハウス」は単なる箱だけど、使う人、住む人がその箱を「ホーム」にする。

Brian Chesky 談。


Jasper Morrison in a palace called home

Jasper Morrison in his palace called home

Jasper Morrison はカメラマンのポーズのリクエストに答えて、ちょっとお疲れ?


日本ではリーガルでうるさいこと言われているAirBnBだけど、箱を「ホーム」にできるのは、さぁ、どこ、そして誰…?



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Qian Jiang 蒋虔

… Because the product will be broken forever, you will really have to think throught if you _really_ need the money.

This is a mirror in the shape of a hummer.

Is it necessary to wash clothes by electricity?

I don’t want to wash by hands even if I have a washboard but I’d love to turn the handle for delicate fabric, underwear or just a little laundry.

The Lo-Fi Washer makes life more intimate.

Qian, make more products which bring us your smile!




@ designjunction 2014 in London

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block casting by Carl August Sandgren

It’s a funny shape. The way of making it is also playful.

The function is very important, but playful happenings can give me a chance to find a function!

Yes, let’s feel free to try anything! Important things happen to follow later.


Block Casting by Carl August Sandgren | Kaolin

The right bottom corner of yellow piece shows one process.

Block Casting by Carl August Sandgren | Kaolin

The colors are not glazed, previously mixed in clay.

Carl August Sandgren with his Block-Castings

Carl August Sandgren with his Block Castings




Carl August Sandgren

Carl August Sandgren in smile

Carl August Sandgren

funny guy, Carl with cats




Carl August Sandgren

“The suite is made in collaboration with my mother, with interior fabrics. See the bottle opener pendant. This is also original.” Carl says.

His work, his appearance, his talking… all consists his funny character.





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Lágrimas de São Pedro by Vinícius Silva de Almeida

Light+Building と同時開催のLuminale 2014の会場のひとつ、PalmenGarten。庭を歩き、入り口から近い建物内の展示を見、再び庭へ。向こうに青白い光が漏れる小さな建物が見える。近づくとその人だかりから、他の展示以上の人気があるよう…

Lágrimas de São Pedro by Vinícius Silva de Almeida

What’s inside?

ブラジルのサルバドールを拠点に活躍するアーティスト Vinícius Silva de Almeida の作品「Lágrimas de São Pedro」聖ペドロの涙。

彼自身が作品に込めた意味は知らない。
見た時は作品名も知らない。
知らないまま感じた何か。

作った電球、後に割(ることにな)って、寂しさと切なさが襲う。
電球に変わる新しいものも必要、そしてその出会いもまた新たな幸せ。
それでも割れた電球に水がたまる。
その水は涙?
誰の涙?
涙のわけは?
割った、割れた電球に溜まる涙はこんなにも美しい姿。そして切ない。

Lágrimas de São Pedro by Vinícius Silva de Almeida

Lágrimas de São Pedro by Vinícius Silva de Almeida

Lágrimas de São Pedro by Vinícius Silva de Almeida

「聖ペトロの涙」 by Vinícius Silva de Almeida
写り込む向こう側の電球が涙のよう。



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a photographer or the photographer?


Uzi Varon は、ロッカーがマイクにかぶりついて歌うかのように、ファインダーに頭を押し付け、シャッターをきる。

写真を撮っていない時は、喋り好きの気のいいおじさん。
写真を撮り始めると、エネルギーほとばしるロッカー。
撮影する姿にしばし見とれる。
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Tapas. Spanish Design for Food


スペインの公式な文化活動の「Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)」…直訳すれば、「スペインの文化的アクション」となり、ちょっと退屈な、窮屈な感じもしますが、ところがところが。

その一連の企画の一つとして『Tapas. Spanish Design for Food』と銘打ち、東京デザイナーズ・ウィークにも参加、その後、スペイン大使館でのプレゼンテーションも行われました。
東京の後は、ワシントン、ソウルを巡回します。

紹介された食に関係するモノ。調理器具やテーブルを楽しくする、便利にするモノ。
そして、何を言わずとも、そのモノを生み出す、思いつく、実際に作ってみせてしまう、率直さ、あるいは勇気。
バカバカしいって言いますか?
続きをお楽しみに。

Tapas. Spanish Design for Foodのアプリもあります。

Tapas. Spanish Design for Food

Tapas. Spanish Design for Food @ スペイン大使館 2013/11/15

Tapas. Spanish Design for Food

スペインの食を取り巻くデザイン。おいしさを求めて!



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