Jo Nagasaka updated the Japanese tradition of kintsugi using 3D scanning and printing techniques. His “twintsugi” cups and glasses sit on his ColoRing_shrine tables use an old Japanese woodcraft technique called udukuri to reveal tricoloured tree ring patterns. Photo: Takashi Mochizuki

Asian designers star in exhibition of ‘pieces you don’t see every day’

alamak! showcases the work of 12 designers and studios from 10 countries across the region

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Jo Nagasaka updated the Japanese tradition of kintsugi using 3D scanning and printing techniques. His “twintsugi” cups and glasses sit on his ColoRing_shrine tables use an old Japanese woodcraft technique called udukuri to reveal tricoloured tree ring patterns. Photo: Takashi Mochizuki
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