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Junji Tanigawa

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Junji Tanigawa 谷川じゅんじ (born 17 July 1965, Chiba prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese artist, product and spatial designer and the CEO at JTQ Inc.

Work[edit]

Tanigawa founded the design firm JTQ Inc. in 2002. His work varies from event, exhibition, installation, product design, commercial facility developments to brand consulting for cooperate companies and regional cities in Japan. He has also taken parts in various projects to revitalize Japanese traditional craftsmanship. Known as the ‘space composer’, Tanigawa describes his design process is like ‘composing’ and considers spaces as medium of communication.

List of works[edit]

2014

2013

2012

  • KENZO BOX SHOP
  • OMOTE 3D SHASHIN KAN
  • KRUG Bottle Cooler
  • LEXUS Spindle Night “SPECIAL PIT PARTY”
  • POWER PEOPLE by LESLIE KEE
  • MEDIA GEIJUTSU -Flow & Bright-

2012–Present

  • GOOD DESIGN EXHIBITION

2011

  • OPENharvest
  • LEXUS Spindle Night
  • KENZO PRESS EVENT IN TOKYO
  • KRUG Bottle Cooler
  • YOHJI YAMAMOTO Exhibition ‘Dialogue'
  • DOJIMA RIVER BIENNALE 2011 'Ecosophia - Art and Architecture'

2011 - 2013

  • Nosaku Exhibitions

2010

  • Shisyu Exhibition 'Words of Ryoma'
  • Yakushiji Hikari Emaki: Commemoration of the 1,300th anniversary of Nara Heian-kyo capital

2010–Present

  • Branding for Yachiyo-Shoin Gakuen

2009

  • Omotesando H.I.S. Illumination Bell Symphony & Skating Theater

2008

2007

  • Milan Design Week LEXUS L-finesse -Invisible Garden-
  • TOKYO DESIGN PREMIO - Tokyo Designers Week in MILANO
  • JAPAN BRAND EXHIBITION in TDW

2007–Present

  • GOOD DESIGN EXPO

2007 - 2010

  • BMW Group Studio (Artistic Direction)

2006 - 2011

  • Omotesando Hills(Supervision on Spatial and Environmental Design)

2005 - 2008年

  • The 8th -11th Japan Media Arts Festival

2004

  • NIKE WHITE DUNK

Publications[edit]

2012

Awards[edit]

  • D&AD Award (2013)
  • Display Design Awards (2002 - 2011)
  • Display Industry Awards (2008, 2011)

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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