5 11, 2014

今日このごろ

Greetings.
Living World is a small design office based in Tokyo.

Most of our Works now have English descriptions, and more and more will.
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New
Visits
visualizes accesses to our site

In this time
sunlight reaches earth (wooden frame)

Live Nature Sounds
from Iriomote Island (Japan)

An article on PingMag
Living World: Fine Tuning Your Perception

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Translated essays:
Senseware
What do we make things for?

Living World’s e-news

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Tari's Album

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Etarnal relations

(in Japanese)

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Morning Blessing

 
Never stop even for a moment
In this time the sun has keep coming endless
Morning Blessing for eternity
 
The morning blessing of the next day of solar eclipse 2009 Jul. 22 on South Pacific Ocean.

by tariho 12 01, 2013

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Spring Bloomer

 
Cherry blossoms:
In the morning of the Vernal Equinox Day in Kamiyama 2012.

by tariho 7 04, 2012

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What Happens to the Sun at Night?

Asking Children about the World

11-06-12 LW

We’ve had this idea for a book for a while, and we’re going to start pursuing it.
If you asked some children aged 5 to 9 “What happens to the sun at night?” what do you think their answers would be?

Our idea is to ask this question to children all over the world, and edit the results into a book.
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by LW 12 06, 2011

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EARTH CLOCK in Wakabadai

Earth Clock

Inagi Municipal iPlaza (Wakabadai, 2009)

Following the installation at Koshigaya LakeTown (2008), we installed yet another edition of EARTH CLOCK, this one in the elevator hall of Inagi Municipal iPlaza, a culture center opened in October in front of the Keio Line Wakabaidai Station.
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by LW 18 11, 2009

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Beyond our solar system: palmtop version

The Milky Way galaxy suspended in a glass cube

Introducing a new, smaller version of the ‘Beyond our solar system’ galaxy in a glass cube made with the aid of 80,000 pieces of star data.

(‘Beyond our solar system’ is a three-dimensional laser-etched rendering of stars in a cube of high-grade transparent optical glass, based on the latest data from Japan’s National Astronomical Observatory. The etching is performed in Japan. See information on the larger version for more detail.)
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by LW 17 10, 2009

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Package design

09-10-15

The making of 'Beyond our solar system' palmtop version - Part 4

The smaller, palmtop version of ‘Beyond our solar system’ is ready for release, the only remaining task being to update the sales pages on our website. Allow us first to explain a little about how the packaging was made.
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by LW 15 10, 2009

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Visits to LW

with YURAS Inc.(2009)

‘Visits’ is a live system that visualizes accesses to our site, tracing the most recent 500 visits on a map of the world.
> open Visits

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by LW 20 06, 2009

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(in Japanese)

thumbnail image The five kittens

I’ve found you guys!…. 

thumbnail image The sun in winter time

A sunny place at the Yoyogi Park….

thumbnail image Kyoto exhibition 2006/efish

After several successive projects in Kansai, we held an exhibition in Kyoto

thumbnail image Waiting for the wind

Sound generated by the movement of the wind