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Kenji Abe

Product Designer in Tokyo

Product Design Inspired by Nature

PRESENTED ON MAR 26, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 163

Kenji Abe, a product designer based in Tokyo, will present some of the beautiful designs coming out of his studio. They are all inspired by nature in some way.

It is not only shape, but also structure, ecosystem, and way of life.

東京を拠点とするプロダクトデザイナー、阿部憲嗣は彼のスタジオから出てくる美しいデザインのいくつかを発表します。それらはいずれも何かしらの形で自然界からインスピレーションを受けています。

それは形状だけではなく、構造、生態系、在り方などです。

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