YouTube Space by Klein Dytham architecture, Tokyo

March 2nd, 2014 by retail design blog

Located high in the Mori Tower in central Tokyo, KDa’s layout is organized around a visually striking wall of red panels derived from the YouTube’s distinctive logo, while another wall serves as a ‘Hall of Fame’ showing images of the top producers. The space has also been arranged to maximize the use of the iconic Tokyo Tower skyline as a shooting backdrop. Features including a super-long curtain partition and rearrangeable furniture, as well as the variety of wall surfaces, carpet shades, and ceiling configurations, are intended to provide a wide range of shooting settings.

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