Today, Wall Mirrors will talk about something that diverges a bit from the usual. We came across one of the most stunning mirror art exhibitions by Nendo that we absolutely fall in love with and had to share it. Founded by Oki Sato, Nendo is all about creativity and innovation which is evident by a phenomenal art exhibition at the Sogetsu School for “Ikebana”, a Japanese craft of flower art. The brand decorated a kaleidoscopic “Ivy of Mirrors” throughout the venue.
The stunning installation can be seen across a layered stone garden which was created by architect Isamu Noguchi exclusively for the art school.
To fully benefit from the grandeur of this extraordinary space, Nendo cut a thin, stainless steel sheet with a mirror finish into 2,000 rhombus-shaped pieces, which were then, spread across the stone garden, “creating a reflective tableau that echoes the appearance of wildly growing ivy.”
This exhibition came as a way to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the school, Nendo created the “Kaleidoscopic ivy” piece for the “Hana so” exhibition, managed by Akane Teshigahara, headmaster of Sogestu.
“The mirrored installation reflects the surrounding stone garden while also revealing subtle glimpses of its texture, form, and layered architectural configuration. Refractions of diffused colors and silhouettes of the exhibited ‘ikebana’ flowers and botanical arrangements produce a kaleidoscopic visual effect when entered and engaged with.”
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Image Credits to Takumi Ota | Source: Designboom