Noriko Hashida  

Noriko Hashida

Noriko Hahsida has graduated from the University of the Arts in Tokyo, the Department of Industrial Design. She is an active designer, lecturer, a juror of numerous competitions and a member of associations dealing with design.

Apart from designs of utility items such as pieces of furniture, she has created a series of decorative items made from...

Noriko Hahsida has graduated from the University of the Arts in Tokyo, the Department of Industrial Design. She is an active designer, lecturer, a juror of numerous competitions and a member of associations dealing with design.

Apart from designs of utility items such as pieces of furniture, she has created a series of decorative items made from the Japanese paper. Chigiri washi (chigiri – to tear) is a composition of shapes that may be separated freely from each other and re-attached to make up a completely new design.

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49,91 zł

Chigiri washi – a decorative paper, prepared to be freely separated into smaller pieces, with the possibility of their further ornamentation (painting, sticking on various base, making collages).

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49,91 zł

Chigiri washi – a decorative paper, prepared to be freely separated into smaller pieces, with the possibility of their further ornamentation (painting, sticking on various base, making collages).

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49,91 zł

Chigiri washi – a decorative paper, prepared to be freely separated into smaller pieces, with the possibility of their further ornamentation (painting, sticking on various base, making collages).

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