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Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan

Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan

Yoshiyuki Kato exhibition at Analogue Life, Japan | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

The authorative sourcebook for Analogue Life's products in interior design and home remodeling with photos of 1000s of well-edited interiors and carefully selected home products.

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The authorative sourcebook for Analogue Life's products in interior design and home remodeling with photos of 1000s of well-edited interiors and carefully selected home products.

Limited edition Japanese tableware | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Limited edition Japanese tableware | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

Shopper's Diary: Analogue Life in Nagoya

Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

Shopper's Diary: Analogue Life in Nagoya

Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

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