guji store by ninkipen!, Osaka

July 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

This is the interior design for a fashion shop in Osaka, Japan. I dropped the dye by sanding old furniture and exposed white foundation, and accordingly I designed new furniture dyeing ash white.
Corner of the checkout counter is cantilever to avoid hitting the toe. An original lighting D.I.Y(draw it yourself) sketches [guji] a name of shop by an electric cable carrying only electricity originally, by this I try to symbolize a sense of humor clothes are equipped with.

Designed by ninkipen!













http://www.ninkipen.jp

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