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  • Hermès
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  • Water Block
  • “Glass Tea House − KOU-AN” will travel across Japan towards the year 2020. 

    28 August 2018

    We are pleased to announce that the “Glass Tea House − KOU-AN” will begin travelling across Japan towards the year 2020.
    The concept design of the “Glass Tea House − KOU-AN” was presented at the Glasstress 2011, the collateral event of the 54th La Biennale di Venezia. In 2015, the teahouse was first unveiled at the stage of Seiryu-den which is in a precinct of Tendai Sect Shoren-in, Kyoto, and was in the limelight worldwide.
    Now the teahouse will travel to Saga prefecture, and it will be exhibited at the Saga Prefectural Art Museum from November 28th, 2018. The teahouse is also planned to be seen in Tokyo in 2019.

    Saga Prefectural Art Museum Exhibition

    In this exhibition, Tokujin showcases the installation of “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN” inside a white exhibition space along with some of his renowned art works such as Water Block (2002), which is permanently displayed at Musée d' Orsay in Paris, and Waterfall (2006).

    Title|TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_Glass Tea House − KOU-AN
    Exhibition|Wednesday, November 28th 2018 − Monday, February 11th 2019
    Venue|Saga Prefectural Art Museum
    Address|1-15-23 Jonai, Saga City, Saga Prefecture 840-0041
    Admission fee|Adults / University Students: ¥1,300 ; Advance / discount tickets: ¥1,100

    Organized by Saga Prefectural Art Museum, Saga Television Station Co. Ltd, and Saga Shimbun Co. Ltd.
    With the cooperation of TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA INC.

    08 June 2018

    We are pleased to announce that Tokujin Yoshioka designedthe newly opened ISSEY MIYAKE shop located at Brook Street in the Mayfair district of London.

    - Floating sculpture and clothes -

    The 200 square-meter space, spread across three floors, features a symbolic giant 12m-long form.

    It has the appearance of a sculpture, while at the same time serving as a hanger pipe to display the clothes as if they are floating in mid air.

    The innovative making things of ISSEY MIYAKE are represented in this minimal space.

    Please visit WORKS for more information.

    Address: 33 Brook Street, London, W1K 4HG, The United Kingdom
  • LOUIS VUITTON Blossom Stool

    23 April 2018

    Tokujin Yoshioka presented the latest Blossom Stool with new materials

    A stool inspired by Louis Vuitton's petal monogram - Tokujin Yoshioka presents the sliver metal and champagne gold 'Blossom Stool' from Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades Collection 2018.

    First presented in 2016, 'Blossom Stool' reflects the techniques of Louis Vuitton's craftsmanship with wood, leather and metal cultivated through the maison's long history. The design represents the motion and structure of blooming petals - the transformation from a bud to a flower.

    At Milan Design Week 2018, the latest 'Blossom Stool' in sliver metal and champagne gold will be added to the collection.

    Tokujin Yoshioka combines the symbolism of Louis Vuitton's history and the futuristic aesthetic of silver and gold to give the impression of a trip through time.

    Please visit WORKS for more information.
  • TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA Salone del Mobile 2018

    12 April 2018

    We are pleased to announce that Tokujin Yoshioka is presenting the latest projects at Salone del Mobile 2018.

    MATRIX chair designed by TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA

    ‘MATRIX chair’ features an innovative 3D structure - the latest designs join the ‘MATRIX’ series.

    Period| Tuesday 17th April - Sunday 22nd April
    Venue| Rho Fiera Milano, Hall 20 - Stand A15 B14

    Glas Italia
    Starlight designed by TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA

    'Starlight - Glass Table' and 'Starlight - Mirror' are the result of the latest collaboration with Glas Italia.

    Period| Tuesday 17th April - Sunday 22nd April
    Venue| Rho Fiera Milano, Hall 16 - Stand C23 D20
  • Prismatic Cloud ― Allen Center Art Project

    12 February 2018

    We are pleased to announce that the sculptural work, Prismatic Cloud by Tokujin Yoshioka, has installed at Allen Center in Houston, U.S.

    "Prismatic Cloud" is a sculptural work made of light, transcending concepts of shape by giving figure to all human senses utilizing immaterial elements.

    Please visit WORKS for more information.

    ©︎SL Hon @ Slyworks Photography

    08 December 2017

    Tokujin designed the new skincare products for Japanese cosmetic brand, THREE.
    Natural × Honest × Creative − these three elements represent the brand’s name THREE.
    This philosophy is symbolized in a triangular shape, and by tracing natural stone texture, the design emphasizes the power of nature. 

    The natural stone pattern applied to lids reflect the beauty and essence of the nature.
    The pattern is harmonized with elegantly soft texture, and emphasizes the high quality of the product.

    The triangular shape is delicately tapered from top to bottom.
    This unique detail creates comfortable grip, and brings deep connection between mind, body and the three elements of THREE.

    By unifying the earth, the nature and human, the design not only awakes all senses, but also brings hidden charm of oneself and leads to a praise of the beauty. 

    Please visit WORKS for more information.
  • Dom Pérignon × Tokujin Yoshioka

    13 September 2017

    Dom Pérignon has invited international contemporary artists such as Karl Lagerfeld, David Lynch and Jeff Koons for their collaborative projects. Tokujin Yoshioka was invited for the first time to collaborate on the creation of the limited-edition art piece "Prism", gift box and the bottle label.

    The crystal art piece "Prism" is handcrafted by Baccarat which has 250 years of history. Light pass through transparent prism and bottle surface which refract light, and bring the art piece to life in a spectrum of colors.

    Please visit WORKS for more information.
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