「Yasutoshi Mifune's Nest 」

Yasutoshi Mifune built a nest out of own products and timbers in exhibition.

design: Yasutoshi Mifune (MIFUNE DESIGN STUDIO)

photo: Yohei Sasakura

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MILANO SALONE 2012

YASUTOSHI MIFUNE + KENJI HASHIMOTO EXHIBITION

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TERASU EXHIBITION 2010 IN MILAN

L'ARCHIVOLTO LIBRERIA GALLERIA

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HONOKA TAVOLO ( NEMO Cassina lighting division) in Rinascente DESIGN SUPER MARKET

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base (HOTEL T'POINT)

When I played in construction sites and lumber yards as a child, I used to imagine them in a creative ways, imbuing them with all kinds of personal meaning. These were not exactly accessible or sensible places, but somehow they gave me comfort and happiness. In our era of rapidly increasing comfort and convenience, I design my spaces in keeping with the freedom and simplicity I felt at that time.

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drawing (HOTEL T'POINT)

I use drawings to communicate and share my message at every stage of the construction process until the final completion of a commercial facility, private home, or other building. But when looking at drawings that are not full-scale, you have to use your imagination to envision the final product from the shapes, numbers, and words on the drawing. Imagination is an inherent and crucial part of creativity. This is why, for the rooms at this hotel, I decided to do things backwards and blew up my drawings to full size.

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MILANO SALONE 2008

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MILANO SALONE 2005

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MILANO SALONE 2004

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