April 1, 2010

Memory by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

Here at DZINE, we’re big fans of Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka. We’re constantly watching his work evolve, and we wait with anticipation whenever there’s rumor of new pieces from him being prototyped or put into production.

With that said, we are pleased to share with you what he’ll be debuting with Moroso in the upcoming weeks for Salone de Mobile.

It’s called Memory – chair without a shape

The chair is covered in a dome of fabric made of recycled aluminum, which retains the shape it’s squashed into.

From Yoshioka: “For this work, I developed a special fabric with recycled aluminum, and pondered about creating a chair that transforms and memorizes its shape. This chair might remind us of the beauty in nature with its ever-changing expressions, and also create impression as if there is no presence of design.”

Click here to read more about Tokujin Yoshioka.

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