CLUB LIBRET by COCOON DESIGN OFFICE, Osaka – Japan

June 13th, 2014 by retail design blog

The name of club “LIBRET” means a script used in an opera in Italian, and I expressed to opulence with the Opera House of the Middle Ages by using modern techniques. LIBRET offers the live music, so it is set to “Cartier Hall” as the whole interior design concept. Therefore, it is based on dark pink Cartier-specific. I created a fascinated space that stimulated the desire, and I also made some devices associated with music all over the place.

There are five halls divided into such as reception hall, guest hall, and VIP hall-A/B/C to be able to cope with the various scenes for responding to the customer’s request. Antique chandeliers, the furniture, mirrors, and picture frames with modern art graphics in avant-garde are arranged in each halls. As the result, it causes a sense of exaltation.

Moreover, narrowing down only three colors red, black, and gold, and also intensifying the contrast of light and shadow produce the elegant place as an attractive mature social affair. I am really careful in details and textures. LIBRET would be one loved by people who know the real.

Designed by Kensuke Matsumura / COCOON DESIGN OFFICE
Photography by Nacasa&Partners Inc.























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