Japan's 'Experimental Creations' at Milan Design Week
Goto uses nature to bring to life possibly one of the most uninteresting construction materials around. Colorful petals, seeds and leaves are sprinkled into cement before the mixture is set into large bowl and vase shapes.
Whether Starbucks mugs or traditional Shigaraki ceramics, interior design is about the detail
On the surface, the Nendo-produced mugs appear identical to the plain white mugs Starbucks uses, but if you flip them over (make sure it’s empty!), they look like they are filled to the brim with either an Americano, a latte or a caramel macchiato.
Chocolamixture is all about experimenting. Like miniature chemistry kits, each set comes with five tiny round-bottomed milk-chocolate flasks, complete with cork-colored white-chocolate stoppers and five real test tubes filled with colorful sprinkles.