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White Forest Exhibition, Yokohama, Japan – interior installation
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White Forest Exhibition – 9 Aug 2013
This is a new style exhibition of contemporary spatial art with the title “White Forest”, under the theme of decorating the interior space like a forest, with the Japanese garden method, the designers created an inner garden in an ordinary western modern style house. The scene is unique as a new genre of spatial art, using industrial products with fresh-flowers and plants.
Key Building by MoNo
House design by architects Fumiaki Nagashima + Mami Maruoka Nagashima
Yokohama House, Yokohama, Japan
Date built: 2010
photo : Koshimizu Susumu
This is the urban residence for a single occupancy is situated in Yokohama City which is about one hour from Tokyo Japan by train.
Installation Projects by MoNo
Installation Designs, alphabetical:
‘Between Shadow and light’, Montpellier Architecture Festival, France – installation project
Date built: 2010
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Daylight Spaces 2010 architectural & design competition, Austria
Date built: 2010
photo : Nagashima and Partner, Architects, Yokohama – photo by Koshimizu Susumu
Daylight Spaces Architecture Competition : Danube University Krems architecture / design prize
This architects practice carried out an exhibition of installation art in a suburb of Vienna Austria, as an official project of the 140 anniversary friendship for Japan and Austria that two countries embassies promoted.
“Light and Atmosphere in the Japanese way in Austria 2009”
This was a part of the activities as guests of “Artist in Residence Krems” that is an artist invitation system of the State of local Lower Austria, putting by the winning with design studio’s architectural work “hanasaki-house” at the international Architectural design competition “Daylight Spaces – TIA Scholarship Award 2007” that ORTE architectural network and Danube university organized. Through some lectures and the exhibition, this architecture practice made presentations, showing some scenes of traditional unique sense of space in contemporary Japan around a theme “Japanese original extensity” that was the keyword for the architecture firm’s work “Daylight Spaces / hanasaki-house” as a prizewinner at the foregoing award.
Molecular Cluster, Yokohama, Japan – interior installation
Date built: 2011
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The art work “Molecular Cluster in Yokohama 2011” which was exhibited in Berrick Hall, one of local authorized historical architectures in Yamate historic area, Yokohama, Japan, as the formal opening program of the 5th Yamate Art Festival.
The theme of it was “visualization of memory carved into this historical space”. Every individual memory was linked beyond time and space, and composed the memory of space looking like molecular model.
The memory was described with clear balloon material. About 1,000 balloons were connected in a certain way to express a long cluster of memories.
This cluster surrounded visitors in the room, floating in the air and making a circular arc pattern. Moreover, it was heap up at the corner of room and rolled over underfoot.
Visitors could enjoy the beautiful room interior and the strange feeling of molecular cluster of memory, walking freely through balloons loop.
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