Posts Tagged ‘ginza’

Diesel store renewal, Tokyo – Japan

October 11th, 2017

The ground floor is marked by a large, gate-shaped led screen monitor that looks inserted into the retail space furnished with both contemporary elements and rustic-inspired props, such as steel fixtures paired with rugs, concrete flooring with wooden ceilings, and antique furniture, creating an atmosphere that’s both homey and modern.

Dover Street Market Ginza visual merchandising, Tokyo – Japan

September 26th, 2016

Situated at the so-called elephant room on the store’s ground floor, it features a specially designed setting with its publicity slogan Volez, Voguez, Voyagez diagonally imprinted across the floor, walls, and even the furnishings.

Hunter Flagship Store by Checkland Kindleysides, Tokyo – Japan

April 14th, 2016

The forest ‘trees’ are hand crafted replicas of silver birches which pass through the barn roof, piercing the ceiling into the first floor to reach the infinite and illuminated sky – a 570ft² cloud printed, gridded light box surrounded by mirror clad walls.

The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo Ginza Restaurant by HaKo Design, Tokyo – Japan

December 26th, 2015



The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo Ginza Restaurant by HaKo Design, Tokyo – Japan

Délirium Café by DOYLE COLLECTION, Tokyo – Japan

November 30th, 2015

First of all, we set a big table in the entrance area. The reason is as follows. The table is made in an indefinite shape and by splitting this, many people can use at the same time as well as multiple groups of customers can also share the table casually.

Agnès B. Matsuya Ginza Rue Du Jour Store by Suppose Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

November 24th, 2015



Although highly successful in Japan for many years and with a vast retail network across the archipelago, Agnès B.

Dover Street Market Ginza Store, Tokyo – Japan

September 2nd, 2015



Similar to the sister flagships in London and New York City, Dover Street Market Ginza refurbished floor after floor in order to provide the new a/w 2015 collections with alluring, eye-popping settings.

En Route store by Schemata Architects, Ginza – Japan

February 12th, 2015

Schemata Architects installs plastic scaffolding in En Route Ginza.

UNIQLO windows installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo

April 7th, 2014

Colorful Wind is a composition of 2,400, 4.7-meter long strips of rainbow-hued paper that float as a massive rectangular volume over mannequins sporting the Japanese brand’s linen clothes.

Jugetsudo Kabukiza restaurant by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo

July 15th, 2013

The ceiling is folded so that the eave thrust to the garden can be a sequence from inside, connecting the room and the outdoor. The unitized bamboos are either in the diameter of 20mm or 40mm. They are skewered in varied density using bolts and nuts. The multiple layers of these differently-pitched bamboos create a grove to connect the Kabukiza theater and the garden.

Issey Miyake kinetic window display by Drawing and Manual, Ginza

September 24th, 2012

A split-flap display was chosen as the device to present moving images of the design for the season’s window display. Constructed out of 42 perspex made split-flaps, each column is controlled by a single arduino, where in total, seven of them construct images in tandem or individually by controlling servos in each.

Fantastique Canopée by Paul Coudamy, Tokyo

May 1st, 2012

For their new department store Dover street Market Ginza in Tokyo, the brand Comme des Garçons asked us to imagine a new version of a wooden cave. Rey Kawabuko’s vision puts forward a sharp contrast between a very neutral architecture: white walls, concrete and embedded lighting with a wild and invasive sculpture, which transforms the space.

Shiseido The Ginza by Klein Dytham Architects, Ginza

February 1st, 2012

SHISEIDO THE GINZA was newly opened at the crossing of Hanatsubaki-dori and Ginza Chuo Street in May 2011. There have been the Select Shop and Beauty Salon at the same place. But at the occasion of reconstruction of the building, SHISEIDO THE GINZA was opened using from the 1st to 3rd floors.

Diesel flagship store, Ginza – Tokyo

November 11th, 2011

Diesel flagship store, Ginza – Tokyo

Aesop Ginza by Schemata Architecture Office, Tokyo

November 11th, 2011

A quaint storefront in Ginza, Japan has been transformed into ‘Aesop Ginza’, a beauty retail shop by japanese practice Schemata Architecture Office. The original masonry facade and stairway for the upper level tenants was retained and carried into the interior of the 38 square meter space, integrating the material into the product display shelves.

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.

Swarovski store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Ginza

May 24th, 2011

Crystal is one of the most enigmatic forms – at once representative of extraordinary geological forces of unfathomable spatial and temporal dimension, and next a legendary artifice of Venetian glassmakers. Self-replicating, but not alive, in its natural state it is a phenomenon the visual perfection of which is virtually unattainable. It is in these supernatural and phenomenological characteristics of mineral and glass that Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has located a medium of enormous cultural resonance.