Jun Hashimoto flagship store by the design labo, Tokyo – Japan

December 29th, 2014 by retail design blog

Japanese studio the design labo has applied a wooden kumiki framework throughout the flagship store of Jun Hashimoto Tokyo in Japan. The interior is characterized by the repeated latticed-pattern that is used to line walls and installed on the furniture. The overlapping structure is used to form a table in the center of the shop, the top of which has a mirror placed on it to with a light that reflects the outline of a moon onto the ceiling. The installation of the wooden pieces seek to combine the natural world and the spirit of the body together, focusing on small details in a complex manner.











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