Pagong store by everedge, Tokyo

May 9th, 2013 by retail design blog

This design expresses this owner’s use of a traditional technique of dying fabric at an high output rate in keeping with modern society’s demand infinite patterns, the sexy and glamorous stand out in a unified and brilliant show a beautiful bit of nature, a piece of driftwood, rests in the center as a foundation and focal point for the space.

Designed by everedge
Photography by Seiryo Studio






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