Posts Tagged ‘aoyama’

Freemans Sporting Club store, Tokyo

May 9th, 2013

Bringing an authentic piece of NYC’s culture to the upscale Tokyo neighborhood, the original immovable front facade was deemed unsightly by designer Taavo who instead had the innovative idea to cover it with a printed synthetic scaffolding screen with bricks, windows and cloud reflections.

Thom Browne Aoyama flagship store, Tokyo

March 20th, 2013

The face of the building is a clean, post-modern exterior composed of sheet metal. On the interior, master designer Masamichi Katayama has created a minimal, though comfortable, setting for Thom Browne’s refined looks.

Maison Kitsuné + Café Kitsuné by FHC, Tokyo

February 25th, 2013

Spacious and luxe, the decorum features elements of the ambient folklore of traditional houses while specific sections of the flagship have been decorated with tailor-made coloured tatami.

Marni Aoyama store by Sybarite, Tokyo

November 30th, 2011

Marni Aoyama that located in Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, was designed by Sybarite UK Ltd. The design marks a new generation of Marni store designs and a direct shift in emphasis on product with the ever increasing collection of accessories.

Drawer by Wonderwall, Nagoya

September 13th, 2011

With the opening of the seemingly simple yet opulent fashion boutique in Aoyama, Drawer has copiously formulated a distinct retail environment through combined elements of cheap-chic and luxury, and
masculine and elegance.

Marc Jacobs flagship store by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects, Tokyo

September 1st, 2011

The project is a new flagship retail building located in Tokyo’s Aoyama shopping district, just off Omotesando Street. The design is a diagrammatic response to strict local codes, the immediate surrounding context (bordered by world-renowned architecture and a quiet residential neighborhood), and the desire to represent the material craft that is inherent in the tradition of Japanese construction. The building is designed to meet regulated energy efficiency standards and use local/regional materials.

Prada store by Herzog & De Meuron, Tokyo

July 29th, 2011

The veneration that the Japanese feel for the clothes designed by Miuccia Prada is reflected in the designer’s presence throughout the city. Prada sells not only in department stores but also in its own stores in the main districts of the city: Aoyama and Ginza.

Rolls by Sinato at Diesel Denim Gallery, Tokyo

June 12th, 2011

As part of their ongoing series, Diesel Denim Gallery in Aoyama, Tokyo is currently presenting ‘Rolls’, an installation by Chikara Ohno from the japanese design studio Sinato. ‘Rolls’ consists of a single length of aluminum sheet thread throughout the space, forming large rolls on the ground at intervals.

Patrick Cox Shop by Sinato, Tokyo

May 19th, 2011

Patrick Cox is a fashion icon designs leather goods, shoes and accessories, which are produced with the use of eccentric materials. And now we’re meeting you with Patrick Cox’ unique contemporary shop. It is located at 17-story building in the fashion’ Mecca – Aoyama district of Tokyo, Japan. This creative futuristic project is the winner of the Japanese Commercial Designers Association Design Award 2009.

Puma House by Nendo, Tokyo

May 11th, 2011

Designers Nendo of Japan have completed the interior of a showroom in Tokyo for sneaker brand Puma with shoes displayed on a series of timber staircases.