What’s On: Tokyo Designers Week
By Gemma Riberti

During an inspiring trip to Tokyo this week, our Editor’s managed to stop by Tokyo Designers Week – Japan’s largest design and interiors event, held each year in Meiji Jingu Gaien Gardens, in the Shibuya area of the city.

Nov 01, 2013
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During an inspiring trip to Tokyo this week, our Editor’s managed to stop by Tokyo Designers Week – Japan’s largest design and interiors event, held each year in Meiji Jingu Gaien Gardens, in the Shibuya area of the city.

This year, the fair incorporated a lively program music and performance, as well as workshops and an awards show, making the 2013 edition of TDW its most ambitious and creative to date. Read more about the show via this insightful Japan Times article.

Tokyo Designers Week will run through November 4, 2013.

Scroll through the post to see our top interior and product design picks and show highlights from this year’s fair.

Rina Kitazawa

Hotchkiss

Takahiro Kitamura

Mitec co. Ltd.

Hirakoso Design

Megumi Oyama

Takuma Hayashi

Toshiyuki Tani

Kukan Design Works Inc.

Yoshitomo Harasawa

Kasahara Design Work Co. Ltd.

Kasahara Design Work Co. Ltd.

Miki Fujimura

Gallery Tagboat

Liat Brandel Gilon

Liat Brandel Gilon

Clara Balmana Morato


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