Martagon store by Reiichi Ikeda, Osaka

September 23rd, 2012 by retail design blog

This is an interior design for a specialty boutique in Osaka, Japan. The owner has an own world view and wants to share it with others that people should enjoy various fashion regardless of rules and genres, just like going off on adventures. I constructed a design concept out of the keyword, going off on adventures, and designed a boutique where you can freely walk around in as going around the globe.

I considered partitions as what can connect areas to each other, and I controlled the number of areas by using them in this space with too much good visibility. The use of the undecorated chain-link fence is very clear, and can be a special element to differentiate the areas. The unique space gives you curiosity and a sense of anticipation as an dventure does.

Designed by Reiichi Ikeda







http://reiichiikeda.com

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