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Element by Tokujin Yoshioka new materials

New Materials | March, 20 2013

Element by Tokujin Yoshioka

At Milano Salone del Mobile in 2013, ‘ Element ‘ will be presented from Italian brand, Desalto specialized in innovative metalworking techniques.

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‘ Element ‘ – It is a sculptural form of furniture collection inspired of natural crystal structure by adopting the random harmony and beauty from nature.

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The collection was the development from the process of the numerous experiments and research for ‘ Crystallized project ‘ initiated in 2007. In this project , Tokujin created “VENUS” which is having crystal structure.VENUS is formed through the growth of the crystal by using the laws of nature. Through the project, Tokujin would like to throw a question of how we could connect our lives to the future, by being exposed to the serendipitous beauty born of nature.

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Upon these experiment, “Element” was born from his challenge revealing new aspect of nature and it is a sculptural form of furniture.

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