27.10.15 by Staff

“Chocolatexture” by Nendo

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Emerging from the belief that texture influences taste, design studio Nendo has come up with 9 different types of chocolate all made from the same “raw materials” and according to the same size (26 x 26 x 26 mm) but varying in things like roughness, smoothness, hollowness etc. Each is also named after a specific Japanese expression related to texture. Check out more images from this insanely meticulous project below!

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“tubu-tubu” (Chunks of smaller chocolate drops)

 

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“toge-toge” (Sharp pointed tips)

 

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“zara-zara” (Granular like a file)

 

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“goro-goro” (Fourteen connected small cubes)

 

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“poki-poki” (A cube frame made of chocolate sticks)

 

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“suka-suka” (A hollow cube with thin walls)

 

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“fuwa-fuwa” (Soft and airy with many tiny holes)

 

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