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Nendo Corona Globe Buy

From "Character Vocal Series 01: Hatsune Miku" comes a Nendoroid of Hatsune Miku in her outfit from the "HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2021 Online" main visual illustration! Illustrator ryota's globe-themed outfit design for Miku has been faithfully captured in Nendoroid form.She comes with three face plates including a standard face, a blushing face and an adorable smiling face with closed eyes. A microphone and globe that she can be posed holding are included as optional parts.

nendo corona globe buy

Accompanying the second-floor exhibition will be a display on the first floor featuring more than two dozen snow globes from local designers and architecture firms. Each participant was asked to design around the theme of embracing Chicago winters. The results are fantastical and imaginative interpretations of what it means to be in the city during the coldest months.

After visiting the exhibition, get started on your holiday shopping at the CAC Design Store! It features thoughtful and unique gifts for everyone on your list, from the architecture buff to the design lover, the diehard Chicagoan to the inquisitive child, and everyone in between. In conjunction with City in a Snow Globe, a commemorative snow globe ornament featuring the Chicago River and world-famous Chicago skyline will be on sale exclusively in the Design Store, and included with your purchase of a Chicago Architecture Center gift membership bundle.

We'd like to thank the following individuals and firms for participating in this exhibition by designing the snow globes on view: Jonathan Milller/IIT College of Architecture; Joseph Altshuler, Zack Morrison, Barbara Gordon and Amir Zarei at Could Be Design; Bryan Conner, Danyealah Green-Lemons, Kelly Murphy, Brett Weidl and Donald Zellefrow at MKSK; John Campbell, Caroline Buecker, Joseph Steinmann and Elizabeth Schneider at Goettsch Partners; Katherine Darnstadt, Nicolas Anderson, Louisa Zheng, Kelsey Zlevor, Robert Prochaska, Drew Smith and Sanjana Chavadi at Latent Design; Edra Soto and Dan Sullivan at Edra Soto x Navillus Woodworks; Monica Chadha, Amanda Mauser, John Wolf, Ginger Stanciel, Ian Miley and Michelle McSweeney at Civic Projects Architecture; Olivia Juarez and Remy Bordas at Sculpturelandia; Kim Soss/Graham Resource Center; Joel Huffman at Vertu Architecture + Design; Doug Farr, Len Sciarra, Mercedes Miley, Rachel Tobe, Anthony Cataldo, Tucker Touchette and Breanne Trammell at Farr Associates; Meng Samantha Shui, Mejay Gula, Hana Ishikawa, Yuki Takeshima, Jenna Jones and Mia Dadian at site design group, ltd.; Elva Rubio and Husna Ozdemir at Rudiostudio, Pierscape Visions: Melk/Urban Lab and AEDAS; Joe Cliggott, Art Krohnert, Kandice Martinez, Niloofar Mohebbi Ashtiani, Lillian Park, Christy Scoughton, Min Ah Seo, Kelly Simic, Jessica Smith and Jing Yang at Stantec Architecture; Curioso; Ferdinand Dimailig, AIA at BOX Studios; Amanda McDowell, Madison George, Cierah Basa and Adam Emma at Hunstman Architectural Group; and CAC Teen Fellows Ivan Tejeda, Dana Aldweik, Maya Smith-Munyi, Charlotte Cox, Anjanee Holmes, Fabian Padilla, Wendy Morocho and Max Silberg.

COS x nendo, a collaboration between this Japanese design studio and COS. For the 3rd year COS took part in the Salone del Mobile with a special commissioned installation and tempory concept store featuring a selection of these COS pieces and items by nendo.Founded in Tokyo by architect and designer Oki Sato, nendo has been synonymous with modern, functional design. The name 'nendo' is Japanese for modelling clay, indicative of the studio's playful, yet rational approach. The pieces are available in the COS webshop...great minimalism and timeless pieces. A collaboration that truly works."I don't have any borders between design and architecture. They both exist to make our lives comfortable and beautiful." -Oki Sato-

Our People-initiatives focus on the well-being of our employees and their families. One such result is the Employee Assistance Program, rolled out in Australia due to the dispersed reality of working during COVID-19 in 2020. The program prioritizes the mental health of our employees and works as a confidential telephone counselling support service, provided by a specialist company, to assist in work-related issues and personal challenges as well as general wellbeing and mindfulness tools. In Thailand, the Georg Jensen Scholarship program was created in 2015 to support the children and families of our local employees. Since 2015, 280 families have been supported and we are dedicated to continuously announce and implement many more initiatives to support, engage and aid our many employees across the globe. 041b061a72

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