Anteprima presents ‘Future Tradition WAO’ + Cri Cri & Othello by Ken Yokogawa

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Eisuke+Tachikawa_Kokeshi+torchlights+window+display+(4)To support and show respect to the development of art and design, Anteprema has been collaborating with global luminaries every year, presenting their masterpieces on Milan Salone de Mobil, one of the largest and most influential design exhibitions in the world. Held at Anteprima’s Milan shop, this year the exhibition features Japanese design and craftsmanship where works of renowned designer and architect Ken Yokogawa as well as “Future Tradition WAO” of fashion journalist Yoshiko Ikoma’s are included.

Combining modern design aesthetic with traditional Japanese craft and historical symbols, “Future Tradition WAO” works as an innovative and creative campaign under Japanese authority. Designed by Furukawa and Eisuke Tachikawa respectively, the collaboration works include cute Nambu Tekki ironware and modern Kokeshi torchlights inspired from traditional puppets. Not only the two works reflect details in “future traditions”, but expanded the outlooks for Anteprima lovers as well.

Ken+Yokogawa_OthelloAnother highlight on display is the signature homeware creations “Cri Cri” and “Othello” from famous architect and lifestyle designer Ken Yokogawa, of which the former is a somatological wooden stool while the latter is a bookshelf.

“I am proud that Anteprima is partnering with some of the leading talent in art and design to spark inspiring conversations about the future of these fields through the Milano Salone de Mobile,” Izumi Ogino, creative director of Anteprima, said.


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