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Kazuyo Sejima, together with Ryue Nishizawa, with whom he founded the SANAA studio, took part in the “Tea & Coffee Towers” project that saw 22 international architects compete for the first time in the arena of industrial design, with the mission of producing a service for tea and coffee. Their service, initially produced in a limited edition of 99 pieces and made of silver, is now available to the public in a version in 18/10 stainless steel.
In 1995 Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa established the Sanaa partnership. They are active internationally in urban planning, landscape and interior design, exhibition installations and industrial design. Among their recently completed projects are: the O-Museum at Nagano (1995-99), a day care centre for the elderly at Yokohama (1997-2000), showrooms for Prada Isetan in Tokyo (2000) and Leegarden in Hong Kong (2001). Their current projects include: the Christian Dior Omotesando shop in Tokyo; the Contemporary Art Museum in Kanazawa; the municipal theatre at Almere, Holland; the Glass Centre at the Art Museum in Toledo and the extension to the Institute of Modern Art in Valencia, Spain.