“Sense of Motion,” NSK Ltd‘s stunning new exhibition at the Omotesando Spiral, celebrates the prominent manufacturers’ 100th anniversary — with lots of color. Designer Emmanuelle Moureaux uses “color mixing” to illustrate the movements of colors.
Architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux was born in France and moved to Tokyo in 1996. She helms emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design. Taking inspiration from the complex layers and cityscape of Tokyo, along with traditional Japanese partitioning, her “Shikiri” concept separates spaces using color. She is involved in a variety of projects including architecture that use colors (Sugamo Shinkin), spatial design (ABC Cooking Studio), and art (UNIQLO, Issey Miyake). Moureaux is also an associate professor at the Tohoku University of Art and Design.