In Japanese, naname describes a line or surface positioned at an angle to the horizontal. At the same time, it can also refer to an oblique approach, configuration or point of view. These two definitions form the basis of Naname, the gallery space curated by Daily Press. Sloping away from the adjacent street, the former loading bay hosts exhibitions that encourage a new way of seeing the world around us. Whether it be presenting familiar objects in a new light or introducing alternative perspectives, the gallery creates new dialogue between designers, makers, visitors and the surrounding space.