As one of our favourite East London retailers, Japanese-oriented shop Momosan demonstrate simplicity in homeware design in their new space in Level 1 of the Tate Modern’s Boiler House. Using the title ‘Tate Edit’, the project opens doors to smaller scale designers and retail curators to introduce the Tate’s visitors to a new scene of minimalist and functional products.

Offering both pieces designed by owner Momoko Mizutani and designs by brands stocked in the Momosan shop, the edit demonstrates the power of crude and clean aesthetics. Amongst Mizutani’s selections, you’ll find traditional Japanese cloths, handmade wooden cups, and micro-vases by Japanese artist Yuta Segawa. To view the full series, stop by the Tate Modern or click here 

Photography by Joanna Henderson and Momosan.

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