TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA DESIGN
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* The only complete monograph on Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka (b.1967), renowned for his product design, installations and interior design
* Includes an introduction by fashion designer Issey Miyake, a detailed survey of Yoshiokas work, and essays by Ross Lovegrove, Kozo Fujimoto, Ingo Maurer and Paola Antonelli
* Displays Yoshiokas diverse work, including his projects for fashion houses Hermès and Issey Miyake, his product and furniture designs, lighting projects, ephemeral installations and interior designs
* Each project is extensively illustrated with detailed photography and sketches which highlight the inspiration, concepts and manufacturing processes behind Yoshiokas designs, as well as beautifully portraying each finished project
Tokujin Yoshioka is one of the most important Japanese designers working today. Famed for his technically excellent work and superb appreciation of light as a design material, he uses fibre optics, stunning light installations and reflective-transparent materials in a way that leaves the observer with the impression that the future has arrived.