SANAA Architect | Kazuyo Sejima


Recently Kazuyo Sejima (above right) of SANAA Architects was named the director of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennial, the first women to hold the position.

Together with Ryue Nishizawa (above left) they have recently worked on projects such as (below left to right) the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Kanazawa museum of Contemporary Art, and the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. Their work is speaks of honesty and is often transparent in some form, nothing to hide but everything to show.


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Along with Architecture, Kazuyo Sejima has worked with a few manufacturers on some wonderful designs.
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Cord Chair by MARUNI + NENDO via The Contemporist


Japanese wood workshop Maruni and highly acclaimed Nendo design have teamed up to create a ultra minimal wood chair. At first glance it is hard to believe that this chair is structurally sound. Great detail has gone into creating this illusion of lightness, hollowed out solid wood pieces are used to slip over the 9mm internal metal frame creating a slim leg with a diameter of only 15mm. Each chair is hand made and takes about a month to produce.

Currently this chair is only a Limited Production.

Some great images and more via The Contemporist


IDS West Final Day – Don’t Miss Out


There have been some great talks the past few days and a few more lined up for today. Head down to the Vancouver Convention Center for a gathering of the cities best design companies.

Open until 5pm we hope to see some of you there.

If you miss out visit our showrooms in Gastown Monday – Saturday.
50 and 97 Water St.

Vannessa has been keeping busy showing everyone the ins and outs of the Bulthaup B2 Cabinet

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