We’re smitten with the vivid crimson aluminum triangles suspended in mid-air in the Issey Miyake store designed by Tokujin Yoshioka in Tokyo’s commercial Marunouchi district. WHAT IF we had a huge, light-weight, vividly-colored triangle to move around our space?

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They prove to be a curiously simple, unexpected way to SHIFT space instantly, similar to the giant geometric-shape red pendant lights we featured recently.


Of course we started wondering how we might forge one . Perhaps done like a stretched canvas

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or maybe simply painting a triangle would do…


Hmmm. We seem to have a thing for triangles lately…

 via Dezeen

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