Lucky Cat Pinball Machine

Designed by:  Tadaaki Narita
Manufactured by:  Droog

In Japanese culture when the lucky cat waves at you, you are showered with good fortune.  With this pinball machine you can win nothing but good luck.  As the balls interact with the cats, each one having its own chime, you become the conductor of the lucky cat orchestra.  The Lucky Cat Pinball Machine is made of wood, metal, and ceramics.  Manufactured by Droog.

Designed in 2003.
51.2" W, 33.1" D, 40.9" H
Designed by:  Tadaaki Narita
Manufactured by:  Droog

In Japanese culture when the lucky cat waves at you, you are showered with good fortune.  With this pinball machine you can win nothing but good luck.  As the balls interact with the cats, each one having its own chime, you become the conductor of the lucky cat orchestra.  The Lucky Cat Pinball Machine is made of wood, metal, and ceramics.  Manufactured by Droog.

Designed in 2003.
51.2" W, 33.1" D, 40.9" H
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Designed by:  Tadaaki Narita
Manufactured by:  Droog

In Japanese culture when the lucky cat waves at you, you are showered with good fortune.  With this pinball machine you can win nothing but good luck.  As the balls interact with the cats, each one having its own chime, you become the conductor of the lucky cat orchestra.  The Lucky Cat Pinball Machine is made of wood, metal, and ceramics.  Manufactured by Droog.

Designed in 2003.
51.2" W, 33.1" D, 40.9" H

Droog

Droog (in Dutch meaning “dry“) is a conceptual design company based in Amsterdam. Founded by product designer Gijs Bakker and design historian Renny Ramakers, the duo presented a selection of designs made of industrial materials and found objects at the Milan Furniture Fair in 1993 – the presentation was titled “Droog Design” because of the simplicity and dry humor of the objects. Early Droog pieces – Rody Graumann’s 85 Bulbs and Tejo Remy’s Chest of Drawers, Rag Chair, and Milk Bottle Lamp – are now icons of design from the early 1990s. Joined with millennium pieces like Marijn Van Der Poll’s Do Hit Chair, Jurgen Bey’s Treetrunk Bench, and Nina Farkache’s Come A Little Closer, these form the core of a collection of late 20th century design that also features a range of clever, conceptual accessories from the 1990s through the present. In addition to the aforementioned designers, Droog has worked with Marcel Wanders, Hella Jongerius, Richard Hutten, Ed Annink, Joris Laarman, Peter Van Der Jagt, Chris Kabel, Hector Serrano, Arnout Visser, and Arian Brekveld.

Tadaaki Narita

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