For the modernist designers, such as Eames and van der Rohe, form always followed function. But for Oki Sato, founder of Japanese design studio Nendo, form also follows narrative. ‘It’s about what kind of story you can find behind the object,’ says Oki. ‘Whether it’s a chair or a computer mouse, it’s all the same to me.’
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