Super A Market by Wonderwall, Tokyo

July 8th, 2011 by retail design blog

The concept behind the interior design of this luxury multi-brand boutique is centered on the idea of shopping for luxury items, which housed in an environment that emanates the enjoyment, the surmise and the ease of a supermarket. An energetic sense of vitality is created though the creation of shops with in shops with merchandise displayed even in the landing area of this two story shore. One with see an ‘antique shop’ a ‘pharmacy’, or a bar all in one boutique. The inside holds a natural atmosphere despite the frequent use of hard materials.































http://wonder-wall.com

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