Camper Shop by Jaime Hayon, Tokyo

January 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

Inspired by classic circus elements, this new project for Camper has colour and fantasy. The space is full of life and light, inviting people to dream. As soon as we step through the organic door, with a handle shaped like a candy cane, we begin to discover the surprises inside. There are no corners, only curved forms. There is an interesting contrast between the walls covered in Bisazza mosaic tiles, perfect and delicate, and the cement floor, basic and unfinished.

The long, narrow center table resembles a centipede. The coloured mirrors placed on the ceiling elongate perspective and give the store added warmth. These small touches of quality do not go unnoticed. The special areas are separated by beveled glass panels reminiscent of cut gemstones. Colour filters create a magical transparency. The shop is fresh and elegant.

Designed by Jaime Hayon





























http://www.hayonstudio.com

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One thought on “Camper Shop by Jaime Hayon, Tokyo

  1. Apart from the illustration and the logo, the rest doesnt show Camper at all. This guy always sells his products even when it doesn’t work…

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