Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

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Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

Here's a frame made to display the wood waste generated during its own production, created by Japanese designer Hironobu Yamabe.

Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

The product is part of  Tokyo brand E&Y's new Edition Horizontal collection - see Max Lamb's chair for the range in our earlier story.

Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

Here are some more details from the designer:


[short by short] design by Hironobu Yamabe
For edition HORIZONTAL / E&Y

Space and objects: when you start thinking of these two it is surprisingly interesting... And when those objects are unleashed from function and utility the atmosphere and your imagination shall be freed.

Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

It contains the sawn wood which is produced when the frame was manufactured. Consumer can display or use as an instrument of something.

Short by Short by Hironobu Yamabe for E&Y

Material: wood
Size: W.317 x H.386, t=30
Manufacturer: E&Y (http://www.eandy.com/)
Release: winter, 2010


See also:

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Scrap wood furniture
by Amy Hunting
A limited edition of one
million by Sighn
Framed by
Stuart Haygarth
  • http://anziulewicz.livejournal.com Chuck Anziulewicz

    It's PHENOMENAL! It's ASTONISHING! It's STUPENDOUS!

  • Emerson

    Mind-boggling genius

  • marilou

    Where is the rest of the tree ?

  • Greenish

    A visionary.

  • http://blog.faverodesign.com/ Sean Favero

    Where is the hamster?

  • wpgmb

    Where is the design?

  • ryutaro

    This is terrible. It's a conceptual plagiarism of the artist Ashley Bickerton's work, in which he created a large raft with a metal compartment made only so that it would store all the waste generated during its own manufacturing process.