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Satoshi Yoshiizumi

Designer and Representative of TAKT PROJECT, TAKT PROJECT in Tokyo

Designer and artist Satoshi Yoshiizumi takes a deeper look than most into the purity of common objects, this time focusing his unique perspective on the electrical appliance. He treats the electronic components of appliances themselves as his works' materials, imaginatively combining and reconfiguring them in resin without loss of conductivity, retaining their ability to operate as appliances. A purity and beauty seems to rise up out of this seeming distillation of objects and materials, begging the question: at what point do materials stop being materials and start becoming products?

TAKT PROJECTの吉泉聡さんは、ものづくりに対して信念を持って取り組まれています。つくり方とは、たった一つの作品ではなく、新しい価値観と視点を提案・展開させる事が出来る手法だと。既存の枠組みを問い直し、つくり方からつくるデザインについてプレゼンテーションしてくださいます。ミラノサローネなど、国際的なクリエイティブ市場でも注目を集めたTAKT PROJECTの世界について語ります!

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Innovative Materials

BY MITSUHIRO KANADA
@ VOL 108 ON NOV 06, 2013

Mitsuhiro Kanada talks about an often overlooked facet of design - materials. Innovative design solutions to cultural differences, environmental differences, and scarcity problems can be solved by taking a fresh look at materials and the many different ways they can be combined. Mitsuhiro shows us how.

"Presentation of the Day" on December 30, 2013.

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Materials Innovation through Failure

BY MIKE MOORE
@ VOL 19 ON SEP 20, 2013

Mike Moore of Tres Bird Workshop, talks about his approach to architecture and design through "making": a process that allows him to fail and continually improve on his work. He shows this process in action through his past and recent projects and how it has transfromed his work into innovative and environmentally conscious architectural design. 

"Presentation of the Day" on February 15, 2014.

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Architecture: Elements of Beauty, Serenity, Joy

BY IAN SERCOMBE
@ VOL 4 ON APR 22, 2015

"It's nothing to do with creating the perfect drawing, but just to capture the simplicity of an idea with complete freedom."

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Ian creates designs with the use of rammed earth and traditional materials to enhance a lush warmth to the building that his priveleged clients call home in an energy efficient environment.

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BY IAN SERCOMBE
@ VOL 4 ON APR 22, 2015

"It's nothing to do with creating the perfect drawing, but just to capture the simplicity of an idea with complete freedom."

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Un-Usual Beauty

BY GEOFF PARKER
@ VOL 2 ON FEB 12, 2015

Oklahoma native and architect Geoff Parker describes his passion for finding beauty in the mundane.  This poetic narrative and collection of travel sketches seeks to encourage people to look at things in a unique way, finding the Un-Usual beauty.

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Making Jewels from Design and Art Waste

BY ALICE VISIN
@ VOL 9 ON NOV 18, 2015

Alice Visin is presenting her projects, transforming waste materials connected to art and design (from free-press newspapers to cashmere-distaff remains) into jewels.   

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The Afterlife of Materials

BY JEAN-PAUL FARES
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Jean-Paul Fares is a product designer, recycled-art designer and creator of JPDesign. By giving an afterlife to discarded objects, Jean-Paul reveals the aesthetics properties of waste materials and transforms them into sculptures and designs. 

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The Objective Quality of Beauty

BY ANDREW MOLLISON, AIA
@ VOL 7 ON DEC 01, 2016

“If we are going to work together to make our community a more beautiful place to live, we must have some consensus on what makes something beautiful.”

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Alternative materials that Ma-tt-er

BY SEETAL SOLANKI
@ VOL 14 ON MAY 24, 2017

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