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LONDON
UK

SAYOKO DESIGNS is established in London 2013 by Japanese designer Sayoko Shibuya. It is a place to create something within the space, or space itself, with ideas of possiblities in materials and different cultural experience between Japan and Britain. It is to make people to emotionally and physically experience the space.

About

SAYOKO DESIGNS is established in London 2013 by Japanese designer Sayoko Shibuya. It is a place to create something within the space, or space itself, with ideas of possibilities in materials and different cultural experience between Japan and Britain. It is to make people to emotionally and physically experience the space.

- Furniture / Product Design

- Spatial Plactice / Interior Design

- 3D modeling

 

Projects:
Since Sayoko has experienced two cultural experiences; Japanese and British, it brought understanding of differences and the similarities in her everyday life. This cultural background has even more broadened her imagination for design, which based in simplicity and minimal. She also experiment with material its natural ability or explore their potential possibility.
The range of products in development includes lighting, soft furnishings, kitchenware and more.

 

About Designer:

Name: Sayoko Shibuya (Japanese)
Born in Nagoya, Japan.
Sayoko was educated in Architecture, Interior and furniture design both in England and Japan.
It was during her undergraduate studies in London, Sayoko broadened her design spectrum to incorporate furniture design whilst also developing spatial practice. At Master’s level (at Goldsmiths, University of London), she deepened her understanding of theory behind the designs. Recently Sayoko’s focus has centred on her experience of the differences and similarities between Japanese and British cultures. However the fundamental concept behind all of her designs is to portray an elegant simplicity, mirroring her Japanese minimalist influence.