Collective of French designers, the Sismo, on the occasion of their 20th anniversary, propose an exploration of Japanese design.
In an original edition, in the form of Leporello, The Sismo invite to contemplate, to deploy and to feel the particular link of the designers with the Japanese culture. A way to discover this sensible and reasonable art that perfectly combines the accuracy and relevance of use, the finesse of the finish. Through fifteen pieces, including three new teapots designed for the Iwachu house, they invite you to discover a panorama of this art of Japanese design. In no case exhaustive, this landscape is a personal vision, resulting from their experiences in Japan and major design exhibitions they have designed in France, for almost 10 years. This work is the fruit of a collective work, between the Japanese graphic designer Genki Kamei and the Ivorian poet Maureen Kakou and the two co-founders Antoine Feneglio and Frédéric Lecourt.
Authors: The Sismo
French / English bilingual version
Weight: 500 grams