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Nature Factory

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Makoto Tanijiri of Suppose Design Office designed a store installation at the DIESEL DENIM GALLERY in Aoyama, Tokyo.  The concept of the installation is based on a single idea // The Garden // a walk through nature, while the plastic plumbing pipe tree grows into the store.  The idea is a plastic tree which has grown over time and has covered the stores ceiling and walls with its branches.  An atmosphere like a natural axis is created in the space covered by artificial plumbing.  The plumbing and the light effects give off amazing scenographic shadows on the wooden floors and the polished cement slab walls.  The white plumbing pipes have an amazing contrast with the black ceiling when the visitor looks up to see the shapes that the growing branches form.  The complex plumbing trails by the polished grey cement wall in all directions, and all over the space making it hard for the human eye to follow the ever-growing branch!  The new attractive scenery is presented with plumbing and fashion items to primarily show how functional objects (like plumbing pipes) have diverse usage and a higher value when creativity gives these simple objects a whole new meaning!  In the past denim which is primarily recognized as work clothing, has shown different expression as a fashion item to people.  Respectively, a group of unnoticed plumbing shows a completely different expression when it is used in the concept “Nature Factory.”

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source yatzer.com