Nendo is a Japanese design office that works interdisciplinary and internationally. The head behind the award-winning studio is Oki Sato.
Oki Sato was born in the Canadian city Toronto but the Japanese already moved to Tokyo for his studies in architecture. In 1997 Sato founded the Neno Deseign in the Japanese capital.
Following outstanding successes during the first years of existence of his design office, Nendo established a subsidiary in Milan, Italy, in 2005. Today, the international design office employs over 30 employee and operates in the areas of graphic design, product design, installations, architecture and interior design. As manifold as Nendo's areas of operations are the clients of the Japanese-Italian design offices: from Armani to Discipline and Kartell right up to Villeroy & Boch.
Nendo: The little "!" for every single day
Nedo's goal is, due to the design office, to give people a small "!"-moment for every single day. That is the reason why Nendo works on constructing everyday objects anew and gives the product the certain "!".
For the numerous works by Nendo, the design office was already awarded with many prizes, just like the if award, the Red Dots award and the Compasso d´Oro. Nowadays you can find Nendo's designs all over the world in museum, for example in the museum of Modern Art in New York and in the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
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