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Tokyo Fiber '09 Senseware

 hara design institute + atelier omoya: water logo

我很喜歡這個用水珠做的裝置藝術.....雖然已經是日本的老梗了
記得前年去21_21看水資源相關的一個展...
還有原研哉自己在六本木Midtown中庭的裝置藝術...都是類似的做法
看著這種防潑水材質上的水珠滑動...或是沿著線滾動.....
總有種很夢幻的感覺....有興趣的務必看看動畫呀.

designers:
hara design institute
atelier omoya
material: monert™

this is a sign made of water. fibers given a special coating at the nano level completely
repel the drops of water, much like a lotus leaf. when the droplets of water exceed a
certain size, they roll away down the sloping surface under the influence of gravity.
the water drops well up to form letters on top of the sloped fabric, a new drop of water
grows up to take the place of each drop that rolls away, so the water logo is constantly renewed.
the water drops form tails as they roll away. these tails is a result of friction between
the water and the fabric.





water logo 09 by hara design institute + atelier omoya
image © designboom



water logo 09 by hara design institute + atelier omoya
image © designboom



water logo 09 by hara design institute + atelier omoya
image © designboom



water logo 09 by hara design institute + atelier omoya
image © designboom



water logo 09 by hara design institute + atelier omoya
image © designboom



kenya hara, chief executive designer hara design institute, NDC
portrait © designboom



kosei komatsu and kosei komatsu of atelier omoya
portrait © designboom



kosei komatsu and kosei komatsu of atelier omoya


建築師坂茂做的碳纖維椅.


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban

shigeru ban conceived a light-weight chair that uses carbon fiber TENAX® for
lightness and tensile strength. rather than using carbon fiber on its own, he created a
tough structure by sandwiching aluminium between thin layers of carbon fiber.
the use of aluminium in the combination eanbles successful pinpointing of
the characteristics of carbon fiber.


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban
image © designboom

'I wanted to make a chair that is even lighter than the gio ponti's superleggera -
a chair so light that a child could pick it up with just his little finger. carbon fiber provide
great tensile strength than all other materials, but it loses out on compressive strength,
and carbon fibers are very slender. carbon fiber is also much more expensive than other
materials and difficult to work. we tried to use only the material's advantages and
avoid its disadvantages, so we stuck a 0,25 mm carbon fiber layer onto each side
of thin aluminium panels...'
shigeru ban


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban, detail


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban, detail


carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban - aluminium structure



carbon fiber chair by shigeru ban


kosuke tsumura installation
image © designboom


kosuke tsumura, a fashion designer who is constantly searching for new,
meaningful perspectives for clothing and people, created clothing for a mother and her baby.
the rockable cradle is made from felibendy™, a material that is soft like a blanket.
the impression in the center, though, is firm like a silk cocoon.
individual sonic-cut units are combined like puzzle pieces to form the mother's clothes.


kosuke tsumura installation
image © designboom



mother piece by kosuke tsumura
image © designboom



mother piece by kosuke tsumura
image © designboom



kosuke tsumura
portrait © designboom




sonic-cut unit of felibendy™


sonic-cut units of felibendy™


composing the units


cocoon cradle by kosuke tsumura


'smash' by nendo at tokyo fiber ‘09 senseware' exhibition
image courtesy nendo


'smash'
image © designboom



akihiro ito of nendo with his 'smash' installation
portrait © designboom


'smash'


akihiro ito of nendo
nendo created blown-fabric for tokyo fiber ‘09 senseware', an exhibition intended to
convey the possibilities of new materials developed with japanese synthetic fibre technology.

‘smash’ is a specialized long-fibre non-woven polyester that can be manipulated into different
forms through hot press forming technology. as it is a thermoplastic, light and rip-proof, but still
glows beautifully when light passes through it, nendo wanted to create lighting fixtures in the style
of vernacular japanese chochin paper lanterns with it.the structure of standard chochin consists
of thin strips of bamboo wrapped around a wood frame and strengthened with vertical stitching.
japanese mulberry paper pasted over the frame completes the lamps, and gives them their
characteristic glow. they realized that smash’s particular properties would allow them to shape it like
blown glass into a seamless one-piece lantern. it is impossible to completely control the process,
so each fixture takes an unsual form as heat is added and pressurized air is blown into it.
as in glass-blowing, they can intervene during the production of each piece, resulting in a collection
of objects whose infinitely varied imperfections are reminiscent of the infinite formal mutations
of viruses and bacteria in response to environmental changes, and a far cry from the standardized
forms of industrial mass-production.
the fixtures are weighted at the base by the light source. this simple, straightforward contrasts with
the careful selection of materials. smash changes form if the interior temperature rises above 80˚ c,
so they mounted low-heat led bulbs in machined aluminium sockets that double as a heat-sink to
maintain a low interior temperature.

'
'smash'
image courtesy nendo



'smash' - the making process of the blown fabric
image courtesy nendo


'
smash' - the making process of the blown fabric
image courtesy nendo



'smash' - the making process of the blown fabric
image courtesy nendo



'smash' - the making process of the blown fabric
image courtesy nendo




'mist bench' by gwenael nicolas of curiosity

gwenael nicolas of curiosity presented his 'mist bench' as part of
the tokyo fiber '09 senseware exhibition' at milan design week.
the bench uses coarse knits of optical fibers to respond to human
movement with light.as people get closer, the material surface gradually
glows to finally reveal its true identity, a long solid bench. the optical fiber
textile has been knotted by hand, through a collaboration with reiko sudo.

material: eska optical fibers


'mist bench' by gwenael nicolas of curiosity
image © designboom



gwenael nicolas sitting on 'mist bench'
image © designboom

I wanted to create a material out of fiber that become alive and alight when interact
with people. a fabric that give me the possibility to create an object which exists only
when desired. the material become information controlled by the time and the movement.
the information is not on the surface but within the materialitself.


gwenael nicolas
portrait © designboom


'mist bench' by gwenael nicolas of curiosity


'mist bench' optical fiber detail

akoto azuma的 'time of moss' .


'time of moss' by makoto azuma


這個好像是會依布料撐開變化形狀的樣子

http://www.yankodesign.com/images/gallery/antonio-citterio/antoni4.jpg
http://www.yankodesign.com/images/gallery/antonio-citterio/antoni0.jpg
http://www.yankodesign.com/images/gallery/antonio-citterio/antoni5.jpg
http://www.yankodesign.com/images/gallery/antonio-citterio/antoni6.jpg
http://www.yankodesign.com/images/gallery/antonio-citterio/antoni3.jpg
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designers: makoto azuma
material: terramac®

terramac®, which is made from polylactic acid derived from plants, is a biodegradable fiber that
returns to the soil. its conformational material integrates with nature ans is environmentally-friendly.
the carbon it contains within has been captured from the air by plants through the process of
photosynthesis, and does not increase CO2 in the atmosphere even when incinerated.

terramac® is in use as an eco-matierial spread on the sloping sides of embankments before seeding.
it encourages the growth of the seeds as they emerge. several types of moss are carefully placed on
the fiber, which gently adapts to both bulky areas and sparse areas. the result is a planter that makes
the best use of the fiber. the holes and projections function as receptacles for plant roots.


'time of moss'


'time of moss'
image © designboom



'time of moss'
image © designboom



'time of moss'
image © designboom



'time of moss'
image © designboom



'time of moss'

'my work for this exhibition shows the encounter and coexistence of two lifeforms with different origins.living things connect strongly and straightforwardly, and conceal unlimited possibilities.'
-makoto azuma


makoto azuma
portrait © designboom


makoto azuma


跟有機造型大師Ross Lovegrove合作的ㄜ....愛的種子包包?


seed of love by ross lovegrove
image © designboom


material: T.W.F. ® fabric  and MELSET™ fiber

a triaxial woven fabric can provide greater stiffness than conventional woven fabric
with a smaller amount of fiber. this 3D form is difficult to produce because it is detailed,
deep, and curves over a wide area. howewer, the characteristics of the triaxial woven
fiber functioned well, producing a result that was even better than expected


seed of love by ross lovegrove
image © designboom



seed of love by ross lovegrove
image © designboom



seed of love by ross lovegrove
image © designboom


'seed of love is a seed of thought manifested as
a three dimensional object for the carriage
of feminine seductive objects into marriage'


seed of love by ross lovegrove


seed of love - detail


material: ESKA / plastic optical fiber

tokyo fiber senseware '09 exhibition will be held in triennale museum, milan during the milan design week.
directed by graphic designer kenya hara, the exhibition aims to demonstrate japan's textile industry.
high technology chemical fibers and works developed and designed by more than 20 companies,
designers and artists will be shown at the exhibition. here is a preview of what will be on display.

http://www.tokyofiber-jc.jp
kenya hara : http://www.ndc.co.jp


material: eska / plastic optical fiber
work concept: luminous bench 'light fiber bench' by gwenael nicolas(curiosity)
http://www.curiosity.jp







material : ROICA® / high-stretch tricot
work concept : laughing vehicle wrapped in stretch fabric by nissan
http://www.nissan-global.com







venue's photo
venue's photo
venue's photo

 

撮影:ナカサ&パートナーズ | Photo: Nacasa & Partners
material : SMASH / highly thermoplastic nonwoven fabric
work concept : mask modeled in the face of human and animal by mintdesigns
http://www.mint-designs.com

 


venue's photo
venue's photo


 

material : TORAYCA® / carbon fiber
work concept : ultra-long arm lighting fixture by jun aoki
http://www.aokijun.com

這個也很有趣....可以透光的水泥纖維牆.

Picture 3




material : ESKA / plastic optical fiber
work concept : light penetratable concrete construction by kengo kuma
http://www.kkaa.co.jp


eska - optical fiber installation by kengo kuma
image © designboom

the luminous fiber eska is an optical fiber made with plastic. the special technology
comes from luccon in austria. kengo kuma collaborated with the company to create
his installation for the tokyo fiber senseware exhibition.

luccon is a high strength concrete embedded with large numbers of optical fibers that
let light through and make the light translucent. at first sight, it appears to have a
hard stone like texture, but a light placed behind a block of luccon passes through
the optical fibers, projecting light, shadow and even images onto the front of the block,
which acts like a screen.


'eska' installation


'eska' installation

'I was attracted by the ambiguity of this material, which combines a heavy solidity
with the delicacy of a visual medium. In order to maximize the effect of this property,

I designed blocks shaped like pieces cut from a cake. oriented so that the pointed end

is on the inside of the building, the light entering is amplified and spread over up to
1.8 times the surface area on the outside of the block. that is achieved because
the
shape gives a greater surface area inside than outside. this approach also gives
the
inside of the wall a pleated surface, creating new 3d patterns with the light
and images
passing through the blocks.'



wall installation
image © designboom


wall installation
image © designboom


the installation demonstrating the translucent light

the light penetrable masonry effectively overturns conventional concepts of walls,
roofs and windows.


the installation demonstrating the translucent light





material : SMASH / highly thermoplastic nonwoven fabric
work concept : paper lantern blown up like a balloon by nendo
http://www.nendo.jp/en






material : FINEX® / multi-layered stretch fabric
work concept : sofa with electric headrest by antonio citterio
http://www.antoniocitterioandpartners.it








material : NANOFRONT / nano fiber
work concept : wiping robot by panasonic corporation design company
http://www.panasonic.com






material : BREATHAIR® / 3D spring structure
work concept : toys comprising visible air by kashiwa sato






material : KURALON® EC / conductive fiber
work concept : robot tile employing a textile switching device by hiroo iwata







material : BREATHAIR® / 3D spring structure
work concept : breathing mannequin frame by yasuhiro suzuki
http://bioinfo.tmd.ac.jp/~suzuki







material : FELIBENDY / tunable nonwoven fabric
work concept : cocoon cradle welcoming a new-born baby by kosuke tsumura






material : uts-ultfino/ ultramicro polyester material
work concept : expanding airy tea table filled with wind by theatre products
http://www.pro-design.com.au






material : TERRAMAC® / biodegradable 3D material
work concept : planter for moss wafting in midair by makoto azuma
http://www.spoon-tamago.com






material : T.W.F (fabric), MELSET(fiber) / triaxial woven fabric
work concept : ultra light-weight backpack 'teardrop' by ross lovegrove
http://www.rosslovegrove.com






material : TENAX® / carbon fiber
work concept : super thin / light-weight chair using carbon fibers by shigeru ban
http://www.shigerubanarchitects.com










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