8/5 – 8/22 Artek GACHA travels to DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA
At the beginning of a new season of DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA, a gacha (capsule toy) developed by Finnish interior brand "Artek" together with Takara Tomy Arts Co., Ltd. has appeared with a big gacha machine with a height of 220 cm. From the big capsule with a diameter of 20 cm, design items that add color to your life, such as the Artek Gacha complete set, various Artek products, and original goods of the Alvar Aalto Foundation, will come out that have both functionality and practicality. There is also a ticketed ball that you can get only one vintage stool for a limited time!
In July 2021, Finnish interior brand Artek released the gacha (capsule toy) "Artek Scandinavian Furniture Miniature Collection <Alvar Aalto> Series" developed with Japanese toy maker Takara Tomy Arts Co., Ltd.
At the beginning of the new season of DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA, Artek Gacha will appear with a big gacha machine with a height of 220 cm. From the 20 cm diameter big capsule of the big machine that appears on the 2nd floor, Artek Gacha complete set, various Artek products, original goods of the Alvar Aalto Foundation, etc., a design that combines functionality and practicality to add color to your life The item will come out. Not only does every big capsule come with an Artek gacha as a bonus, but there is also a ticketed ball that gives you only one vintage stool for a limited time! There is also an exhibition of Alvar Aalto's masterpiece furniture, which became a model of the regular version gacha machine and Artek gacha for 400 yen each time, and you can enjoy the timeless design of Alvar Aalto and Artek in the space of DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA. increase.
Artek GACHA travels to DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA
Artek Big Gacha 5,000 yen once Artek Gacha 400 yen (finished as soon as it runs out)
Period: August 5th (Thursday) – August 22nd (Sunday)
Venue: DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA 2nd floor Address: 6-9-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Ginza Komatsu West Building
Business hours: 11:00 – 20:00
Holidays: Irregular holidays
・ Artek Big Gacha Lineup
Vintage Alvar Aalto stool (product with a selling price of 60,500 yen)
[Limited 25 pieces]
Artek Gacha Complete Set + Artek Novelty Tote Bag (not for sale)
1. Artek tote bag
2. Artek action cover
3. Artek stationery set
4. Artek poster
5. Alvar Aalto Foundation Original Stationery Set
6. Alvar Aalto Foundation Original Poster
* 1-6 comes with 1 Artek Gacha
・ A display where you can try the real masterpieces of modern furniture "41 Armchair Paimio" and "Stool 60"
At Artek GACHA travels to DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA, you can see and try not only Artek Gacha but also masterpiece furniture by Finland's leading architect Alvar Aalto.
The masterpiece of modernization tools designed in 1932, "41 Armchair Paimio", "901 Tea Trolley" and "66 Chair", which continue to be the furniture that Finland has longed for, and "Stool 60" with abundant color variations, etc. Please sit down and experience the excellent furniture design that has become a model of gacha and can be used almost without changing the design and materials even in the present age of more than 80 years.
・ Artek and DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA
DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA opened in March 2012 with the concept of "BEAUTIFUL CHAOS". In that space, brands with a strong vision, from the street to luxury, famous and unknown, including the entire line of Comme des Garcons, are displayed along with art works and objects. In November 2013, Artek held Artek meets DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the birth of "Stool 60", which symbolizes Artek. At the same store and Comme des Garcons stores, "Stool 60" is still used as one of the fixtures.
· Industry and spreads beyond the generation Gacha "Artek Scandinavian furniture Miniature Collection <Alvar Aalto> Series"
The "Artek Scandinavian Furniture Miniature Collection <Alvar Aalto> Series" developed by Artek in collaboration with Japanese toy maker Takara Tomy Arts Co., Ltd. will be released sequentially at Takara Tomy Arts capsule vending machines nationwide from Monday, July 26. have started. The "Artek Scandinavian Furniture Miniature Collection <Alvar Aalto> Series", which is a miniature reproduction of the masterpiece furniture of Finland's leading architect Alvar Aalto, was installed at the Finnish Embassy for the first time as a gacha machine of Takara Tomy Arts. Yuta Koseki, an actor who has a close relationship with Finland and has held a POP UP photo exhibition at the Artek Tokyo Store in 2019, attended the presentation online at the Finnish Embassy on July 16th. In addition to participating as a special guest, the Artek Tokyo Store pre-sale in Omotesando has expanded beyond industry and generations, with 1500 balls sold out in 3 days.
Artek Scandinavian Furniture Miniature Collection
<Alvar Aalto> series <br /> Price: 400 yen (tax included) / 7 types (1 of which is rare)
Distributor: Takara Tomy Arts Co., Ltd. Planning: Junya Hirokawa (Editor)
Supervision: Alvar Aalto Foundation, Artek Rights notation: © Artek
* "Gacha" is a registered trademark of Takara Tomy Arts Co., Ltd.
For details on Artek Gacha, visit the special website
・ About Alvar Aalto
Born in Quartane, Finland, Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), also known as the "Sage of Scandinavia," is one of the most influential 20th-century architects in the world. Alvar Aalto designed more than 200 buildings throughout his life, and also worked on furniture tailored to the architecture he designed. In 1935, he and his wife, Aino Aalto, founded Artek with the aim of selling furniture, lighting fixtures, and textiles that they designed worldwide. Alvar Aalto furniture is based on rational ideas for mass production of high quality and sophisticated designs, such as standardization of parts and development of new bentwood techniques.
・ About Artek
In 1935, Artek was told by four young people, Alvar Aalto, Aino Aalto, Maile Grixen and Nils-Gustav Haar, "not only to sell furniture, but to promote modernist culture through exhibitions and educational activities." Was founded in Helsinki for the purpose of. Today, Altech's collection includes furniture, lighting fixtures and home accessories by Finnish masters and globally active architects and designers. They are products that are uniformly based on functionalism and pursue clear design and simple beauty. Inheriting the spirit of its founder, Artek continues to pave the way for the future at the intersection of design, art and architecture.
General contact: Artek TEL 0120 610 599
Home page: www.artek.fi