Rugby Ralph Lauren store by Michael Neumann Architecture, Nagoya

May 9th, 2012 by retail design blog

MNA’s newest Rugby Ralph Lauren opened last week in Nagoya – the brand’s second store in Japan. The new façade evokes the historic cast-iron storefronts of Soho, but with a huge video screen across the second floor. The store interior features mosaic floors, anaglyptic ceiling tiles and a collegiate decor.











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