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Tokyo Obsessive Compulsive Designers is a connecting point for creative professionals and design addicts, permanently residing or temporarily visiting Tokyo. Our events include exhibitions group visits, design-related lectures and workshops, as well as plain and simple –Design Addict Detox– parties.

Our ultimate goal is to grow a Tokyo-based, English-speaking community of designers, thinkers, makers, and influencers. A place where you can meet fellow creatives, seek venture partners and collaborators, get advice, find jobs, or simply discover what other designers are doing in Tokyo and around the world.

— Our current members include —

Industrial Designers
Graphic Designers
Communication Designers
Copywriters
UX/UI Designers
Fashion Designers
Accessory Designers
Architects Engineers
Urban planners
Illustrators
Artists
Furniture Designers
Product Designers
Jewelry Designers
Artisans
Developers
Digital artists
Animators
Videographers
Photographers
Interior Designers
Shoe Designers
Service Designers
Web Designers
Jewelry Designers
Retail Designers
Packaging Designers

… and many more!

— About the organizer —

Giovanni Pellone Design is a Tokyo-based, multidisciplinary design studio specializing in industrial and communication design. The broad range of creative work produced by our multicultural team includes product and packaging design, communication design, web design, visual branding, and more. Find out more about us:

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Le Corbusier and The Age of Purism @ The National Museum of Western Art

National Museum of Western Art

Please join us for this exhibition focusing on the early years of the career of the iconic Swiss-born architect, artist, and designer, after he moved and settled in Paris at the end of the First World War. The exhibition presents approximately 100 artworks by Le Corbusier (and fellow artists), covering almost a decade of his work in painting, architecture, urban planning, publishing and interior design. The visit will be followed by a social gathering and conversation. Le Corbusier and the Age of Purism (from the exhibition's website) The Main Building of the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo was designed by Le Corbusier [masked]), one of the 20th century’s greatest architects. The building was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016 as one of the selected works worldwide that comprise “The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an Outstanding Contribution to the Modern Movement.” This exhibition, commemorating the NMWA’s 60th anniversary, focuses on the period when the young Swiss-born architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier) settled in Paris, the capital of modern art, and promoted a movement called Purism. It considers his almost decade-long work in such diverse areas as painting, architecture, urban planning, publishing and interior design. In late 1918, just after the end of World War I, Jeanneret and the painter Amédée Ozenfant began the Purism movement, which advocated an art of “construction and synthesis” that would correspond with the development of modern technology. Applying himself to painting as he also sought new forms of architecture, Jeanneret was greatly inspired in the 1920s by his interaction with the leading artists of the Parisian avant-garde, which encouraged his transformation into Le Corbusier, standard-bearer of modern architecture. This exhibition presents approximately 100 artworks by Le Corbusier and his fellow artists, supplemented with such diverse materials as architectural models, publications and films. It will provide a unique opportunity to experience the spirit of the modern age that Le Corbusier sought to express, all set within a museum building of his own design. The National Museum of Western Art Admission: ¥1600 adults / ¥1200 students For more information please visit the museum's website: https://lecorbusier2019.jp/en/

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Alvar Aalto - Second Nature @ Tokyo Station Gallery

Tokyo Station Gallery

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