Alex Fitzpatrick, winner of Big River’s Timber to Tokyo competition, brings us his impressions of Tokyo Designers Week 2011.
November 7th, 2011
DESIGN TIDE TOKYO was an amazing exhibition located in the Mid-City Hall, in the Roppongi area.
The exhibition was designed as “a field to trade design, and to trade ideas.
Everything in our everyday life is something that has been designed.
Interior designs, products, architecture, graphic design, textiles, fashion… regardless of its genre.
Design practices have been carried on to improve our living.
By presenting the ideas that generate designs, we present a stream of new thoughts and forms.”
And like any good exhibition they had a vast range of interesting and fresh design stores!
Design Tide Tokyo
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