We should have run this over Christmas, on account of its punny name. Hoe Hoe Hoe! was an installation at Container Ground during Tokyo Designers Week in November. Students of Tama Art University in Tokyo filled their shipping container with a papier-mache structure lined with shredded newspaper. More
Tokyo Design Week: Qwerty River is a collection of objects made from reclaimed keyboard keys. The key rings, hair ties and mobile phone straps by Finnish design collective SECCO were shown at Design Tide in Tokyo earlier this month.
Tokyo Design Week: Here's a fourth project by Torafu architects. The Kiriko Bottle project aims to revive ancient Japanese craftsmanship by using a glass cutting technique to make subtle alterations to everyday glass tableware.
Tokyo Design Week: Here's another project by Torafu architects (see previous story). Boolean is the interior for a café space at the University of Tokyo, using punctured wooden surfaces to enclose the space and frame the outside world. More