Hakuza Nihonbashi store by A.N.D., Tokyo – Japan

October 4th, 2014 by retail design blog

For creating a more fashionable interior, gold leaves – popular materials were used with a combination of a beige-toned vivid and modern design. Located at the centre of the shop is a cylinder-shaped gold leaf symbol. Not only does it bring out the senses of presence and appeal, but it also separates the open inner space of the shop, namely the vibrant “sales floor” and the tranquil “tea space”, in an obscure manner.

Design by A.N.D. / Ryu Kosaka and Miwako Abe

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