Drawer by Wonderwall, Nagoya

September 13th, 2011 by retail design blog

With the opening of the seemingly simple yet opulent fashion boutique in Aoyama, Drawer has copiously formulated a distinct retail environment through combined elements of cheap-chic and luxury, and masculine and elegance. The new Nagoya store underscores Drawer’s distinct refinement by effectively combining an old brick wall painted in white and placing the lounge area in the center, while still echoing back to the original concept of the Aoyama store.

Photos: Kozo Takayama

Designed by Wonderwall

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