Nendo, sweet spot, Chocolatexture Lounge, Maison&Objet, Paris, chocolate-themed space, visitors lounge, brown furniture, sticks casacade installation

Tokyo-based studio Nendo has been very prolific throughout the years, designing a wide range of products, furniture, stationary and even food. This time, they were invited by Maison&Objet  to design a sweet spot to enchant the event’s guests. The Chocolatexture Lounge was created around the popular cacao delights where visitors could try their original cubic chocolates, sit on the studio’s furniture and enjoy the scented space over a cup of Joe.

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‘The Chocolatexture Lounge is neither a cafe, nor an exhibition, nor an installation, but a place to experience and enjoy Nendo through the five senses,” said head designer Oki Sato. One of the space’s most eye-catching features is an array of 2,000 vertical thin sticks with a brown gradient, which give the impression to have been dipped in chocolate. The Maison&Objet trade fair, held annually at the Parc d’Expositions at Nord Villepinte, northeast Paris, named Nendo the ‘Designer of the Year’.

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