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Brief Published: 11 Nov 2011

Toge: Modular Colour


French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux has released Toge, a series of colourful modular units that can be connected together to build up almost any textured shape.

Made from piano wire and epoxy resin, the Japan-based designer recently premiered Toge (‘thorn’ in Japanese) at Designtide Tokyo, demonstrating how the units can be used by creating a colourful gown out of them.

Toge is produced in 14 different colours alongside white, allowing users to build up a variety of easily adaptable colour palettes using the product.

Designtide Tokyo ran from October 29 – November 3 2011.

Emmanuelle Moureaux
Designtide Tokyo

Art & Design