A collection of outdoor furniture for small spaces where each piece can double as a privacy screen.
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A wristwatch inspired by the drafting instruments used by draftsmen for creating precise plans and drawings.
An umbrella with a special handle that lets you lean it against the wall or hang it from the edge of a table.
Slender tables made using a technique called "kana-ami" which is used to make intricate wire netting cooking utensils.
Really cool, three-dimensional rubber bands that are pretty badass.
Nendo created an exhibition featuring 20 clear bottles containing diorama that symbolizes a variation of the word "rain" in Japanese.
A collection of minimal stools and tables that are built with recycled and reclaimed materials, like oak and aluminum.
A furniture collection made out of steel that gives the impression that the steel is soft and flexible.
Basket-like pendant lamps made out of a wire netting technique that's used to make cooking utensils in Kyoto.
Since we can't all be at Salone, watch this video of the lovely installation Nendo created for COS.
Wooden chairs with surfaces that mix different patterns by printing wood grain onto the chair with an already distinctive grain.
Nendo takes on Camper's Beetle shoe and puts their own special twist on it.
Two-dimensional paper "blocks" let you create three-dimensional objects that will trick your eyes.
A collection of maple tables with subtle accents that were inspired by Winnie the Pooh and his friends.
Desktop trays that are a playful reinterpretation of conventional trays by completely removing the bottom surface.
Nendo brings Japanese design to the Danish company in a happy marriage of natural materials and organic shapes.