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Nendo Chocolatexture
, / 20 January 2015

After being awarded with the Designer of the Year title this year, Japanese design studio Nendo is set to release a range of nine chocolates moulded into unusual shapes within a 26-millimetre cube titled The Nendo Chocolatexture.

The Nendo Chocolatexture are each named after the Japanese phonetic for food related words such as Sube sube for smooth edges and corners, Tsubu tsubu for small bits or drops, Toge toge for sharp, pointed tips, Zara zara for granular, Goro goro for cubic or with many edges, Fuwa fuwa for soft and airy with many tiny holes, Poki poki for a delicate frame and Zaku zaku for a crunchy sound.

Only 400 sets of these were made and will be available at Maison&Objet starting this Friday, January 23rd.

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