Japanese designer Nosigner has completed his own office interior, which is veiled by a feather-like curtain inspired by a traditional hagoromo ("feather robe") kimono.
The space, at Sendagi in Tokyo, is furnished with Nosigner products including the Pokkari hanging light and Arborism table.
Photos are by HATTA.
Here's some info from Nosigner:
Hagoromo is an interior design of nosigner's office. The whole space of the room is covered with the curtain of the feather-like thread.
This special curtain gives beauty as well as function to the space, which enables to cover and hide all the shelves while to keep easy access to the shelves.
The inspiration of the design comes from Japanese traditional kimono called "Hagoromo", which is silky and feather-like robe. The office is covered by the calm lightning like lightning seen through hagoromo robe.
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