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Super Potato Design: The Complete Works of Takashi Sugimoto: Japan's Leading Interior Designer par [Locher, Mira]
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Super Potato Design is the first full-length book to present the work and conceptual ideas of the internationally renowned Japanese design firm Super Potato, founded by Takashi Sugimoto.

Super Potato's powerful designs for the interiors of restaurants, shops and hotels, as well as Takashi Sugimoto's designs for tea ceremony spaces and utensils, are richly complex compositions of materials which create simple, strong spaces.

Using traditional Japanese building materials such as bamboo, wood, and stone, but crating original yet timeless spaces, Super Potato's designs avoid specific stylistic characterizations and short-lived fashion. By finding contemporary expression for important concepts present in traditional Japan and combining materials in unexpected ways to create exciting spaces, Super Potato's work has had a significant impact on interior design in Japan and throughout Asia.

Super Potato Design is generously illustrated with 320 full-color photographs by the respected Japanese photographer Yoshio Shiratori, who has recorded Super Potatos projects since the firm's conception in 1973. Architect and Japan scholar Mira Locher introduces the ideas and influences of Takashi Sugimoto, the founder and principle designer of Super Potato, and provides a thorough explanation of each project. Architectural drawings further describe the projects.

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  • Editeur : Tuttle Publishing (1 mai 2012)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Material Heaven 9 décembre 2007
Par Sam List - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I got this purely based upon the caption that he was Japan's best interior designer. I think for material usage in traditional design sense he is, and this book shows it. Althought it doesnt cover his most interesting interiors( at the back there is a list of his complete works and some seem neglected not to be included in the main part). Restaurants are his main station and in the book it it shows a willingness to experiment and push the boundries as to what or bar, partition or ceiling can be made from. It contains text explaining materiality, overall space photos, detail photos and floor plans. His interiors are a good representation of how modern japanese interiors have developed from the traditonal approach. I would recommend this book to fans of japanese design, desingers looking to use manmade / natural / recycled materials and desingers trying to get their brains past the its all plasterboard dilema
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The art of natural materials in interior design 17 novembre 2008
Par Heejae Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I purchased this book, not knowing that I had already experienced first-hand the work of Takashi Sugimoto (founder and principal of Super Potato Design). While visiting Seoul, Korea, I stayed at the Park Hyatt and was very inspired by the interior design. The choice of large stones in their rough state juxtaposed to the delicate wood louvres were elements I haven't seen at that time. I knew the design was Asian inspired in the way that natural materials were incorporated to create an interior that blurred the boundaries of outside/inside, but I had no idea it was by a renowned designer from Japan.
Takashi Sugimoto's usage of raw natural materials in his interior makes us rethink what is acceptable in terms of interior scale and form. Furthermore, it shows that when a material such as stone is exaggerated and placed into an interior space, the size of the material takes center stage over form.
This monograph provides an insight into this phenomenal designer's ouvre from the early 70's to the present.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Phenomenal Book 20 septembre 2007
Par T. Neitring - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Super Potato design work is amazing, exquisitely beautiful, intensely original and quintessentially Japanese without being typically traditional. One revelatory environment after another, everything perfectly crafted down to the smallest detail. Top photography, excellent text and unusually incisive captions here are icing on the cake. If you visit Japan, it's a great resource. The restaurants are as gorgeous in life as they are in the book, although a number are long-closed (the earliest project is the Radio Bar of 1971). You will never look at high-end restaurant design the same way again. A book I page through often and one I've given as a gift several times.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous book 15 novembre 2014
Par frogprince - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book had a profound influence on me. Several years ago I was working with an architect to design an office interior and I was frustrated with the design concepts being presented. I knew something was wrong but I couldn't articulate it. Then I found this book and I handed it to the architect and said, "this is what I want." We completely changed the look and feel of the office based on the inspiring work of Takashi Sugimoto. He is able to combine organic forms and materials with functionality to achieve an aesthetic that is timeless and beautiful.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful designs, Excellent resource book 4 octobre 2014
Par M. BOWMAN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Both my husband and I are artists and are very impressed by the designs of Super Potato. Incredible work, spectacular photography. Definitely an excellent resource book for inspiration.
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