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Nendo designs snaking display for Tokyo tableware exhibition

Nendo designs snaking display for Tokyo tableware exhibition. 'The tabletops were given a thickness of three millimetres to emphasise the floating feeling of the display table'

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Nendo designs sinuous display for Tokyo tableware exhibition

Nendo designs sinuous display for Tokyo tableware exhibition

Nendo designs sinuous display for Tokyo tableware exhibition

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Designed by creative director Ikkyu and Junya Sato of design studio Kaibutsu, Fast Food Aid is the world’s first supplement shop for fast food lovers.

Artefacts appear as ghostly apparitions in exhibition by London-based Studio Glithero.

Glithero exhibits artefacts as illusions for Fantoom exhibition

A table that snakes through various rooms at Tokyo's Eye of Gyre gallery by Japanese studio Nendo.

A table that snakes through various rooms at Tokyo& Eye of Gyre gallery by Japanese studio Nendo.

eco-store-design-aesop-cardboard. Aesop’s Melbourne location was temporarily made over in 2007 using nothing but industrial-grade cardboard, assembled into boxes and laid out in flat stacks to display the shop’s white-labeled glass bottles. The repetition of the textured cardboard along with that of the nearly identical bottles makes for quite an unexpectedly beautiful visual effect.

Sustainable Store Style: 12 Incredible Retail Interiors

Aesop’s Melbourne location was temporarily made over in 2007 using nothing but industrial-grade cardboard, assembled into boxes and laid out in flat stacks to display the shop’s white-labeled glass bottles.

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