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Daisuke Motogi / DDAA Lab: Hackability of the Stool (English Translation)

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Hackability of the Stool (English Translation) This booklet is an appendix to "Hackability of the Stool" by Daisuke Motogi and DDAA LAB. It contains English translations of four texts in the book. ・ Contents Can We Design a "Field?" -WhatWeShouldSeekAfterthe"HackabilityoftheStool" Daisuke Motogi / DDAA LAB Alternating between Working with Hands and Thinking Takahiro Kai × Daisuke Motogi HowtoDevelopIdeas̶ Reflectingon331Sketches Kazuya Sumida × Daisuke Motogi Modernism and Open Source Tasuku Mizuno × Daisuke Motogi ・ Daisuke Motogi / DDAA Lab: Hackability of the Stool (English Translation) 128 × 175mm / 74p. / 1C ・ Daisuke Motogi Architect. Founder of DDAA and DDAA LAB / Member of a creative association CEKAI / Manager of shared space Happa / Part-time lecturer at Musashino Art University and Tokyo University of the Arts. Born in Saitama, Japan in 1981. After graduating from Musashino Art University in 2004, he joined to Schemata Architects. In 2010, he established his own architectural and design practice DDAA which has designed centering on architecture, city planning, landscape, interior, product, branding design and concept design or designing projects which across these multidisciplinary field. In 2019, he established R&D organization DDAA LAB with Mistletoe Inc.; a Collective Impact Community that advocates a new style of business through startup support, to solve social challenges. In 2021, he participated in the Japan Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition - Venice Biennale. Some of his representative works are That Pipe in Time, So Gold (2016), Bench Bomb (2016-), Dappled House (2017), ATELIAIR by NIKE AIR (2018), MISTLETOE OF TOKYO (2019), BANG & OLUFSEN Ginza (2019), BELT FURNITURE (2020), Maruhiro Office "OUCHI" (2021) and Maruhiro Park Project "HIROPPA" (2021).

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