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Introduction
Oki Sato (佐藤 オオキ, Satō Ōki, born 24 December 1977, in Toronto) is a Japanese designer, architect, founder of Nendo.After studying architecture at Waseda University in Tokyo, he created Nendo in 2002. He was born in Toronto Canada, 1977. In 2002 when he was 25 years old, he graduated from Waseda University in Tokyo with a ‘Masters of Arts’ in architecture and in the same year founded ‘Nendo’ company in Tokyo. Sato also reveals in several interviews that the encounter with Issey Miyake was a large influence in his and Nendo's workHis first exhibition, called "Streeterior", was introduced in Tokyo and then in Milan, Italy in 2003. Oki Sato received several prizes: Good Design Award, German Design Award, Elle Deco International Design Award and, in 2012, he becomes the Year's Designer by Wallpaper* magazine.
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Introduction
Japanese designer; founder of the firm Nendo Studio.
Nationalities
Japanese, Canadian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Designer
Name
Oki Sato
Ulan
500291874
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