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A Work in Progress – Part 1

A Work in Progress – Part 1

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We’re having a lot of fun designing the space of our soon to be pop up shop so I just wanted to share some behind the scenes photos of the…

YUKARI – An Exhibition of Japanese Homeware – Nov15-17

YUKARI – An Exhibition of Japanese Homeware – Nov15-17

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We are so honored to have the opportunity to host this wonderful event in collaboration with Oji & Design and Asahikawa Woodworking. The exhibition is about the idea of a…

A Closer Look at Kaico

A Closer Look at Kaico

Written by Stevenson Aung

We recently added the Kaico Canisters, Lidded Pot and Lidded Pan to our line of Kaico products, offering the full line of award winning cookware from Japan designed by Makoto…

Pop Up Shop! NYC!

Pop Up Shop! NYC!

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Today we’re announcing that for the first time Nalata Nalata will be opening a POP UP SHOP in Manhattan, NY! Our first physical location will be open for the holiday…

It’s All in the Details | Part II

It’s All in the Details | Part II

Written by Stevenson Aung

Left: MacAusland Woolen Mills Blanket – Red blanket stitching on the edges Right: Tajika Copper Scissors – Bolt and screw connecting the two blades Left: J.Dory Denim Apron – Name tag…

Dumbo Arts Festival 2013

Dumbo Arts Festival 2013

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Dumbo is a beautiful historic neighborhood by the East River in Brooklyn and this past weekend, it was home to the annual Dumbo Arts Festival. The festival is a three-day…

My Paper Bag: Before and After

My Paper Bag: Before and After

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

When I first met my SIWA paper bag, I must admit, I was a little skeptical. Especially since I commute from my apartment to my studio carrying my laptop, sketchbook,…

“Chair Man”

“Chair Man”

Written by Stevenson Aung

Illustrious industrial designer, Charles Pollock, has passed away at the age of 83 in Queens, NY. Born in Michigan, he studied design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and would…

Theatres

Theatres

Written by Stevenson Aung

  Since the mid 1970s, Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has worked on a photo-series entitled “Theaters,” in which he documents the interior of movie auditoriums and drive-ins, during a showing. The long exposure…

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