Japanese designers Nendo installed a series of delicate chairs made of fine wire mesh and angular white frames. Called Mimicry, the chairs were presented in multiple locations across the museum, their minimal forms creating a striking contrast with the opulent setting. Oki Sato, head designer of Nendo, explained how the mesh backrests had been carefully hand pressed by craftsmen to create the subtle quilting effect.  London Design Festival 2012 by Ali Morris
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