The felt pieces are available in two shapes, Cuma (shown above), and Cross (shown below).
Ando exhibited the shapes linked to form wall hangings, lighting installations, table cloths, rugs and furniture covers.
Ando has set up a new company, andoo.jp, to promote his products.
Some of the photos below are from Salone Satellite in Milan, where Ando showed in April.
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