July 10, 2019 (Wed) - July 28, 2019 (Sun)
Usagi no Nedoko in Kyoto delivers products that convey the beauty of natural creation. Taking on the mysteries and wonders of nature to create products from a unique perspective, they can be used as gifts, or enjoyed as decor in one’s own home.
Most popular products, “Sola cube” is inspired by the beautiful shape of plants and developped in 2006.
This POP-UP SHOP presents a variety of Usagi no Nedoko’s products including the “Sola cube.”
August 1, 2019 (Thu) - August 31, 2019 (Sat)
More than 50 Māori artworks combine with kapa haka and in-situ carving to form Tuku Iho | Living Legacy. The exhibition, by the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute, at Te Puia, includes stone, bone, pounamu (greenstone) wood carving, weaving and bronze works, handcrafted by the institute's students and teachers. Tuku Iho is about sharing Māori culture far and wide, connecting with people and cultures around the world.
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Gallery 3 is a presentation space dedicated to design, which develops collaborative programs with domestic and overseas corporations, which constitute one of the major bases of making things, as well as educational, research and cultural institutions. Through programs that inform the very present of design, here, we can think about our everyday life and future with a greater number of people, and make various proposals.
Through networks that continue to expand from the Gallery 3 as the hub, 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT will explore a multifaceted “design point of view” in future.