Hiroyuki Kado

Considering that ikebana, the art of flower arrangement, has been so dominant in the traditional arts in Japan I’m surprised that there aren’t more young artists applying contemporary architectural & design elements to the 600-year old practice. There is Makoto Azuma (who I’ve blogged about in the past) and Hiroyuki Kado makes 2. There are probably others that I just haven’t picked up on.


“Lucent Woods” installation at Ennagon Gallery (Oct. 2007). Image courtesy of elle decor.

It’s been about a year since Hiroyuki Kado made a splash at the Ennagon Gallery in SOHO. And just last month it was announced that he was unveiling a space design service. Here are some pics to help you imagine what your next party space could look like!


images courtesy of Hiroyuki Kado

5 Comments

  1. I’m loving your blog and especially this post about Hiroyuki Kado!!!! I will also share with this with my readers! Keep up the fantastic work!

  2. I’m loving your blog and especially this post about Hiroyuki Kado!!!! I will also share with this with my readers! Keep up the fantastic work!

  3. Johnny

    December 23, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    Thanks Joanna! I’m so glad you like it.

  4. those arrangements are something else!!!

  5. those arrangements are something else!!!

Comments are closed.

© 2020 Spoon & Tamago

Up ↑

Design by Bento Graphics