LIMITED EDITION MAGAZINE

SHOKUNIN

Shokunin means ‘to create’.

It is a soulful high-end magazine made especially for the Japanese Design Festival in Copenhagen by curator and graphic designer Zenia Ekdal.

The limited edition magazine celebrates the aesthetic connection between Japanese Craftsmanship and Danish Design traditions – and the passionate people behind them.

ARCHITEXTURE design atelier, and its founder Nanna Fog Lund is featured, showing creations of texture surface design for textile- and interior design.

Inspired by traditional Japanese origami folding techniques, the textures are created by hand and digitally processed, thus combining traditional craftsmanship with modern technology.

This unifying of functional aims and aesthetic expressions adds a captivating quality to the world surrounding us.

 

“Such a great pleasure to have your work in the Shokunin magazine, Nanna Fog Lund. Thank you so much for your participation and great commitment at the Japanese Design Festival. You truly transformed Seidokan’s authentic taeko dojo into a sincerely beautiful installation.”

“Textures add a captivating quality to the surrounding world”

TEXTURAL DESIGN NEWS

‘IN ROYAL COMPANY’

‘IN ROYAL COMPANY’

3 DAYS OF DESIGNLapidarium of Kings.16-18 September, 2021. ARCHITEXTURE will be part of the design exhibition curated by DDcated Design Hub during 3 Days of Design, Denmark's annual design event. DDcated will take place in the magical setting of The Lapidarium of...

MATERIAL MATTERS

MATERIAL MATTERS

MATERIAL MATTERS Material archive curationJune, 2021 ARCHITEXTURE has developed, curated, and styled a material archive for the Copenhagen based Together Architecture aimed at sustainable interior and building materials. The site specific material archive and...

SHOWROOM EXHIBITION

SHOWROOM EXHIBITION

SHOWROOM EXHIBITIONIndretningsfabrikken.May, 2021. ARCHITEXTURE is exhibiting in the material based design studio and stylish showroom of Indretningsfabrikken in Vesterbro, Copenhagen. The wall decoration 'From silk to concrete' refers to the well-curated material...

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