We will run a booth at “NEW NORMAL, NEW STANDARD – beautiful design for infectious disease control”.
We will be exhibiting a disinfectant stand jointly developed with Settsu Metal Industry at the exhibitions to be held in Tokyo and Osaka this fall.
NEW NORMAL, NEW STANDARD – Beautiful Infection Control Design Exhibition
Date and Time: October 6 (Tuesday) – October 10 (Saturday), 2020 12:00 – 19:00
Venue TIERS GALLERY (Arakawa Giken Head Office Building 3F)
Address: 5-7-12 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0001
Date & Time: October 29(Thu) – November 4(Wed), 2020 12:00 – 19:00
Place Page Gallery (KAIRI EGUCHI DESIGN 1F)
Address: 2-14-8 Kawaraya-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 542-0066
Designers and manufacturing companies have teamed up to propose products and spaces such as partitions and face guards.
The new coronavirus has pushed hand sanitizers, droplet prevention masks, partitions, and other products into the current space in order to carry out activities while taking measures against infectious diseases.
However, some of these anti-infection products are not appropriate for the beautiful spaces of stores, hotels, museums, etc. We hope that by adding a few touches to these anti-infective products, designers can transform them into beautiful spaces. With this in mind, this exhibition will be held.
Participating designers: Takanori Urata, Akira Nakagome, Takeshi Nishio, Kenji Ito (MUTE), Tomoki Doi, Kairi Eguchi
Sponsor : NEW NORMAL, NEW STANDARD Executive Committee
Special Cooperation : Arakawa Giken Kogyo, DOUBLE-H Co.
Special Cooperation : Arakawa Giken Kogyo, DOUBLE-H Corporation, Japan Copac Corporation, Settsu Metal Works, Miraitechno Co.
WEB : https://newnormalnew.com/
Notes on the following
Please wear a mask when coming to the exhibition.
Please use the disinfectant at the entrance before entering.
Please use disinfectant at the entrance before entering.
Please refrain from coming if you are not feeling well and come on another day.
Please refrain from shouting or talking in a crowded area.
Please refrain from shouting or talking too much. Please cooperate.
Please cooperate with us. Please understand this.
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