MUJI Materials Garden, New York by Ladies & Gentlemen studio

Immersive installation

Project Specs

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日本生活品牌MUJI展出了由布鲁克林的Ladies & Gentlemen设计工作室所设计的大型浸入式装置,该展出旨在反映和探索其品牌精神的本质。这是MUJI和美国设计师第一次合作,以庆祝MUJI进驻美国十周年,同时也再一次强调了MUJI致力于支持和推广全球优质设计。该装置名为MUJI Materials Garden,于2018年5月19日至29日在其位于百老汇434号的SOHO分店向公众开放。

Japanese lifestyle brand MUJI presented a large-scale, immersive installation by Brooklyn-based designers Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, commissioned to reflect and explore the essence of the brand’s ethos. The project, MUJI’s first collaboration with an American designer, celebrates the brand’s 10-year anniversary in the U.S. and underscores their commitment to supporting and promoting quality design worldwide. The installation, entitled MUJI Materials Garden, was opened to the public at the brand’s pop up space located on 434 Broadway in SoHo from May 19th – 29th, 2018.

▼装置概览,installation overview

MUJI Materials Garden借助景观花园和浸入式装置的形式,分成不同区域,以MUJI品牌深受喜爱的产品的原材料来表现。该展览的灵感来自于MUJI始终坚持的高品质设计。设计师就将其与人们在花园漫步时会有的好奇心相结合了起来。

Taking the form of a landscaped garden and an immersive installation, MUJI Materials Garden features a series of vignettes curating selections of MUJI’s well-loved products composed with the raw source materials. The exhibit draws inspiration from MUJI’s commitment to simple and high-quality design which the designers combine with the curiosity evoked from a garden stroll.

▼花园的每个区域之间以石径相连,鼓励客人们一边漫步一边探索,Each garden vignette connects via a stone pathway, encouraging visitors to wander and explore

▼瓷器材质区,porcelain area

▼黏土展台暗示了材质来源,Clay booth hints at source of material

  

▼细部,details

  

▼金属材质区,metal area

  

▼塑料材质区,plastic area

▼细部,details

  

花园的每个区域之间以石径相连,鼓励客人们在新的环境里一边漫步,探索,发现MUJI产品原材料的内在美,在这个过程中,重新认识MUJI的产品。承托着陶瓷制品的,就是用来制作它们的粘土。MUJI的玻璃制品,从沙堆中出现(沙子是玻璃的主要成分)。材质所处的背景,本身的颜色和纹理,将MUJI广泛的家居和生活用品更好地展现给大家。

Each Garden vignette connects via a stone pathway, encouraging visitors to ponder MUJI products in a new context by wandering, exploring, and discovering the inherent beauty of the raw materials they originate from. Ceramic goods sit atop a block of the clay used to make them. MUJI’s glassware emerges from a bed of sand (the main ingredient in glass) – the materials’ context, colors, and textures will convey the connecting element of MUJI’s broad range of home and lifestyle goods.

▼玻璃材质区,glass area

▼水&亚麻材质区,water&linen area

▼木材&纸材质区,wood&paper area

▼木制展台,wooden booth

▼细部,details

  

在设计这个装置的过程中,Ladies & Gentleman Studio研究了MUJI最受欢迎产品的材料来源,通过展示用于制造这些产品的原材料,表现出了每个产品的原始状态。设计师在整个装置内将不同材料分区展示,并把其工作室标志性的温暖而有趣的对比色,形式以及纹理结合起来,赋予了MUJI的产品和原材料新的定义。

In the process of creating the installation, Ladies & Gentleman Studio studied the material origins of MUJI’s most popular products, showcasing each of the work’s original state through the presentation of the raw material used to manufacture them. The installation will re-contextualize both product and raw material through a series of material-based vignettes, executed in the studio’s signature warm, and playful palette of contrasting colors, forms, and textures.

▼把MUJI标志性的温暖而有趣的对比色、形式以及纹理结合起来,赋予了产品和原材料新的定义,The installation will re-contextualize both product and raw material through a series of material-based vignettes

▼透视图,perspective view

▼平面图,plan

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