Reiko Sudo (b. 1953) is one of Japan’s most influential contemporary textile designers. She is managing director of NUNO, founded in 1984 by Jun'ichi Arai, and where she has worked since the company's start. NUNO combines the Japanese handcraft tradition with advanced technologies and remarkable creativity, which, over the past thirty years, has led the company to the forefront of innovation in textile design, creating products of extraordinary ingenuity and beauty. NUNO's fabrics have been featured in exhibitions around the world, including Cooper Hewitt, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; The Textile Museum, Washington, DC; and Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles;... more.

We have 22 objects that Reiko Sudo has been involved with.
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Reiko Sudo on the Origami Textile

Textile designer Reiko Sudo describes the trial-and-error process behind creating the Origami Textile.

Reiko Sudo is also known as Reiko.

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