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TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA : AGRAVIC, THE INVISIBLE TABLE
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Tokujin Yoshioka’s work transcends the boundaries of product design, architecture, and exhibition installation and is highly evaluated also as art.

His representative works include the paper chair “Honey-pop”, “PANE chair”, “VENUS – Natural crystal chair”, Swarovski Crystal Palace “STARDUST” “Stellar”, YAMAGIWA’s lighting “TōFU” “Tear Drop”, and “MEDIA SKIN” “X-RAY” for au design project.

“Water Block”, a representative work of optical glass projects started since 2002, is permanently exhibited in Musée d’Orsay, Paris.

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Agravic - the floating stone table

A massive stone frees from gravity in the air as if it were floating in the universe. To the future, Tokujin Yoshioka envisions his dream to the universe.

This project was presented for the space of Future at ” Marble Across Time ” exhibition supported by Turkish government, at Milano Salone del Mobile 2014.

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