NORITAKA TATEHANA MEETS GERVASONI “GHOST LIMITED EDITION”

NORITAKA TATEHANA meets Gervasoni is the collaboration project between Noritaka Tatehana, the artist who embodies the traditional Japanese culture in our time, and Gervasoni.

花魁の履く下駄をモチーフとした踵のない「ヒールレスシューズ」の作者としても有名な、日本の伝統文化を現代に表現するアーティスト舘鼻則孝と、絶え間ない新素材の追求により高品質な製品を造り上げ、インドア・アウトドアの両方において、住宅市場のみならずホテル・レストラン及びクルーズシップ等世界中のラグジュアリーシーンでも活躍しているイタリアの家具メーカーGERVASONI(ジェルバゾーニ)とのコラボレーションプロジェクト「NORITAKA TATEHANA meets GERVASONI」。舘鼻則孝が本プロジェクトのために特別に誂えた生地は、京都で300年以上の歴史を誇る西陣織の細尾が織り上げたもの。「輝く羽根を持つ烏」の故事に基づいて制作された図案が、GERVASONIのベストセラー家具のGhost(ゴースト)シリーズのファブリックとして限定生産されるスペシャルエディションとして発表されます。匠の技で織り上げられた生地は、黒・赤・銀を基調とした3色の展開となり、絹糸による西陣織のしなやかな風合いを生かしながらも最先端のデータ構築によって表現された「ふくらし織り」などの素材を活かしたテクスチャーをも同時に表現しています。現代のアーティストと職人の手仕事の融合が、作品と呼ぶべき家具を作り上げました。SPECIAL PREVIEW DESIGNART 2018のオフィシャル会場「DESIGNART GALLERY at Francfranc Forest」にて、本プロジェクトにより完成された一部のプロダクトをご覧いただける貴重な機会となります

NORITAKA TATEHANA meets Gervasoni is the collaboration project between Noritaka Tatehana, the artist who embodies the traditional Japanese culture in our time, and Gervasoni. Noritaka Tatehana have produced the Nishijin-ori fabric for the project with HOSOO, the company which was founded over 300 years ago. We launch the special edition of GHOST; the exclusively produced fabric whose pattern inspired by a folklore of 'The Crows that have shiny feathers' decorates GHOST. The fabric produced by skilled craftsman has the variation of 3 colors (black, red and silver) and has the elegant touch of silk yarn. Besides, the naturalness of the material is highlighted by the traditional technique 'Fukurashi-ori' realized by the latest technology of data processing. The harmony of the creativity of modern artist and skill of craftsman creates the furniture as 'art'

SPECIAL PREVIEW

DESIGNART2018のオフィシャル会場「DESIGNART GALLERY at Francfranc Forest」にて、本プロジェクトにより完成された一部のプロダクトをご覧いただける貴重な機会となります。

Some of the "Ghost Limited Edition, 2018" are displayed at "DESIGNART GALLERY at Francfranc Forest"

DESIGNART 2018

1019日(金)ー 1028日(日)
10 : 00 − 18 : 00

DESIGNART GALLERY
at FrancfrancForest

東京都港区北青山3丁目 5-12
Francfranc Forest B2F

Francfranc Forest B2F, 3-5-12,
Kita-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

DESIGNART GALLERYでの展示は、終了いたしました。

Noritaka Tatehana and Nishijin-ori fabric, the three variations of textiles whice were created having dialogue with craftsman of Hosoo

On the red and white textile, the pattern of the crows is most clearly highlighted by the contrast of color. The eye-catching metallic red weft expresses the three-dimensional depth. The intricate composition is consisted by the pattern on the white ground and the motifs of crows.

The black textile is characterized by motifs of crows which are three-dimensionally expressed by Fukurashi-ori. The motifs of crows are overlaid with the Shippo-patterned layer which can be seen at close range; the combination creates the three dimensional swelling.

The concept of a folklore of 'The crows that have shiny feathers', which inspires Tatehana, is most embodies on the silver textile. The weft, whose material is the fibers made from cut silver-foiled Japanese paper, expresses the profound pattern; the motifs of crow appear and disappear depending on the reflection of light.

NORITAKA TATEHANA MEETS GERVASONI
“GHOST LIMITED EDITION, 2018”

Ghostシリーズとのコラボレーションにより限定生産されるプロダクトは、
オーダーメイドによる受注販売にて商品展開されます。

1019日(金)よりスペシャルサイトにて、オンライン限定先行受注販売を承ります。
詳しくはGervasoni japanのサイトよりお問い合わせください。

オンライン限定特別先行受注販売

期間:20181019日(金)〜 1218日(火)

対象商品 Ghostシリーズ(一部を除く)
対象ファブリック 各三種類より(数量限定)
*詳しくは仕様等をご確認ください
*受注生産につき納期についてはご確認ください(受注〆切後約34ヶ月を目安にしております)

商品に関するお問い合わせ

Gervasoni Japan(ジェルバゾーニジャパン)
URL : http://gervasoni.jp/
E-MAIL : info@gervasoni.jp
TEL : 03-5413-3274

PRICE LIST

*商品は、Ghostシリーズの一部を除いて展開されます。詳しくはGERVASONI JAPANへお問い合わせ下さい。

Products limited to be produced by collaboration with the Ghost series will be expanded to order by order-made products.

PRICE LIST

* Products will be expanded except for a part of the Ghost series. For details please contact GERVASONI JAPAN.

舘鼻則孝

ARTIST PROFILE

舘鼻 則孝(たてはな のりたか)

Noritaka Tatehana

Noritaka Tatehana was born in 1985 in Tokyo, into a family running a public bathhouse, “Kabuki-yu” in Kabukicho in Shinjuku, an entertainment district located in the center of Tokyo. His mother is an instructor of Waldorf dolls, used in Waldorf or Steiner education. His parents raised him in the historic city of Kamakura, where his creativity was cultivated. At the Tokyo University of the Arts, Tatehana studied fine arts and Japanese crafts, and later majored in dyeing and weaving. While at university, he was engaged in the study of “Oiran” or the courtesans in Meiji period. In the meantime, he created kimono and geta using Yūzen-zome, the traditional Japanese dyeing method. In recent years, as a contemporary artist, Tatehana has taken part in exhibitions around the world and has created works that incorporate handicrafts of the Japanese traditional craftsmen that had been passed on for generations. In March 2016, he directed a Ningyo-joruri bunraku show which was performed at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in France for his first time. Tatehana's works are held in the public collections of museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum.

Website: http://www.noritakatatehana.com

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