The prolific studio led by designer Oki Sato has teamed up with glass specialists Glas Italia to debut nine new collections as part of its Nendo Works 2014-2015 exhibition.
The first of these consists of three low tables. Each is made from five sheets of frosted glass, arranged to create two boxes with a square surface and one rectangular one.
The joints between each panel of glass have been finished in a bright strip of colour, applied to the edges before the tables were assembled.
The colours change along the length of each panel, fading into other hues. Colour combinations include yellow to red, blue to pink, and turquoise to purple.
"These colours had a gradation effect," said a statement from Nendo. "What is more, the reverse side of the frosted glass was printed with a pattern to make it look as though the same colours were blurred on the glass surface."
The collection of tables is called Soft, a reference to the faded appearance of the colours as they spread across the frosted glass.
"We tried to create a natural and soft image, as if the colours on the edges were blurring," added the studio.
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"By combining the extremely difficult technique of printing gradation colours on the diagonal edges with the printing that expresses a delicate 'blurriness', an appearance that contradicts the conventional image of glass, which is of a hard and sharp material, was achieved."
The Nendo exhibition will take place at Milan's Museo della Permanente from 14-19 April and will exhibit over 100 pieces of the studio's work with 19 brands.
These will include collaborations with ice cream company Häagen-Dazs, Italian furniture brand Moroso and fashion brand Tod's.