29.03.2010.

Nendo Talking



Zvanicna je objava da NENDO, tj. Oki Sato, dolazi na BDW ove godine.

Na pomen imena ovog japanskog studija, ukljuci mi se neka plus lampica, setim se onda guglujuci one cudesne fadeout stolice, pa onih utikaca sa rogovima na koje mozete da oslonite aparate koje punite. Ima tu jos mnogo lepih stvari koje ce vas obradovati, ispunivsi tako njihovu programsku opredeljenost da u vas zivot unesu little exclamations.

Ono sto je sicusan ali za mene kljucni Nendo proizvod je TALKING SEASONING DISPENSER. Doneli smo jednu od ove tri posudice iz Japana pa sam je u septembarskoj Sensi predstavila u preseku utisaka odande. Posudice sluze kao dozeri za so, biber i soja sos, a ustasca kroz koja se zacin sipa modelovana su tako da izgledaju kao da izgovaraju slog koji znaci ono sto iz posudica izlazi - SHI (so), KO (biber), YU ( soja sos).


pics via GoodsFan

Na malom ravnog uzdignutom stojistu, savrseno prijatni, keramicki, napravljeni u Japanu. Uz uputstvo, klasicna japanska drazesnost - please enjoy.

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Belgrade Design Week headquarters announced that NENDO's Oki Sato is coming this May to give a lecture on this year's BDW.

On the very mention of the name of this Japanese studio, some plus lamp starts to blink above my head, then googling, I remember that incredible fadeout chair, then those sockets on whose horns you can rest the gadget you're charging. There's a whole bunch of lovely stuff coming from nendo workshop, and they will all make you smile, accomplishing the intent of bringing little exclamations into people's lives.


The product that is tiny and yet the most significant Nendo piece so far must be TALKING SEASONING DISPENSER. We've brought one of the three little dispensers from the set and I presented it discreetly in last year's September Sensa Magazine issue, among a whole bunch of other little items from Japan. The three little containers are meant to be used as dispensers for salt, pepper and soy sauce, and they have mouths molded into shapes that look like they pronounce the names of these spices that are inside each of them - SHI (salt), KO (pepper), YU (soy sauce).

On a fine fully leveled stand, perfectly fine to hold, made in Japan. Along with the short instruction, classic bit of Japanese loveliness -
please enjoy.

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