Joe & Ruban store at Harajuku by switch lab inc., Tokyo – Japan

September 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

Joe & Ruban is offering their customers signature products, bags and accessories with the Ruban motif. (Ruban is ribbon in English.) The shop is located in Harajyuku/ Tokyo, where new fashion trend shops spread, and it’s very popular in fashion conscious urbanities.

This interior design came from the Tiphanie’s room, who is an imaginary illustrator from Paris. The goal of this shop plan design was to realizing the Tiphanie’ room image within limited space.

Drawers combining “Functionality + Sensibility”

Designed by switch lab inc.

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