Our living space will change as new technologies and systems emerge. When something appears, something disappears. It is often replaced by something that is efficient and convenient.
For example, in the near future, with the spread of food delivery and automated driving, the kitchen may not need a large refrigerator like now. Large air conditioners and televisions may disappear from the room due to air conditioning management technology throughout the building and the rise of smartphones and net movies.
That's why it may not be the next additional technology that is needed for the blank that was created by the disappearance of something that once existed.
This work is an object that exists in a different role than before, while making you feel the impression and remnant of such “something”.
Born in Yokosuka, Japan in 1987, I have been working as a product designer at Mitsubishi Electric Corporation from 2012. and I have been involved a wide range of projects, such as home appliances, industrial equipment, households goods, and solution design for developing countries. In addition to the working as In-house designer, I have been designing for clients and brought out my works at many exhibitions.