Posts Tagged ‘japan’

NOVELLO by collectors by icemoon, Ichinomiya-shi – Japan

January 26th, 2017

NOVELLO by collectors is the variety store in Japan which suggests the casual good quality of daily use to men who do not forget a persistency to familiar items either.

KARAD total body care by design office Dress, Osaka – Japan

January 25th, 2017

KARAD is the fitness club which you can train and care your body in terms of both beauty and healthy. It has also acupuncture clinic as a part of their services. The space consists of 4 areas (reception,fitness area clinic area, and sanitary space).

Dandelion Chocolate by Puddle + moyadesign, Tokyo – Japan

January 21st, 2017

Surrounded by a large park which serves as a place of recreation and relaxation for local residents, and a facility for environmental education, this was a project to renovate a warehouse, more than 50 years old, into the first overseas outpost of Dandelion Chocolate, San Francisco’s premier “bean-to-bar” chocolate maker.

% ARABICA Kyoto ARASHIYAMA shop by PUDDLE, Kyoto – Japan

January 20th, 2017

As it is a coffee roaster shop, I was asked to include in the design an espresso machine, coffee bean stockyard, and a showroom for the coffee roaster.

And Farms restaurant by design office Dress, Osaka – Japan

January 13th, 2017

And Farms serve various dishes from salad to grilled or steamed meats & fishes, basically using fresh and safe foods sent directly from the farms in Kyotango. From its name, visual designs like logo, post card, menus to its interior, we designed all of them to introduce their concept correctly.

Maison Hermès Ginza window installations by Stephanie Quayle, Tokyo – Japan

January 12th, 2017

The current showcase at Maison Hermès Ginza, entitle urban jungle, presents a wide range of these cunningly realistic sculptures. All monkeys, a large terracotta orang utan sits on a trunk and gazes onto the bustling cityscape. In the large window, a group of monkeys are huddled cozily together, and seem less deterred by what’s going on around them.

The Cutting Edge Pharmacy by KTX archiLAB, Himeji – Japan

January 2nd, 2017

The starting point of this design was to question the criteria that customers use to select a pharmacy, beside the geographical location. What would make a pharmacy better than another one? The purpose of visiting a pharmacy is the same, purchasing medicines and seeking healing.

Seibu Shibuya Christmas window installation by we+, Tokyo – Japan

December 30th, 2016

“Surprise” is a Christmas theme of Seibu-Shibuya in this year. we+ responded to the concept by covering inside the window with knitted tapestries and gradually disclosing like an Advent calendar.

Gucci store by Alessandro Michele, Tokyo – Japan

December 14th, 2016


Situated on the second floor, the new outpost measures a sizeable 220 sqm and is obviosuly designed according to Michele’s new and guidelines, featuring a more homey yet still very sumptuous palette with inlaid coloured marble floorin, contemporary fixtures and classic-inspired sofas and chairs.

KIYA knife shop by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016

We created the space by not a “table”as an artificial product, but a “material”as part of nature. In this space, you can feel the spirit of manufacturing in Japan, affection for making things.

Blue Bottle Coffee by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016



Similarly to the Company’s five previous outposts across Tokyo, the interior design is by local practice Schemata Architects, and is marked by an understated palette. Tuff stone is paired with timber, creating a oasis of serenity within an exceptionally busy environment. A hollow-square shaped service station is placed at the very centre, opposite an elongated bar with stools.

“Color mixing” installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016



100 shades of colors in the form of flower motifs saturate the 6 meter atrium. At the center, visitors can be immersed amongst the 25,200 delicate flowers aligned in three dimensional grids. As well as being suspended from the ceiling, the flowers subtly rotate because of the NSK bearings and the windmills installed at the top and in turn, the installation produces a gradient of gradually changing color.

MINA-TO communication space by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 6th, 2016

By attaching aluminum on the steel plate, this wall makes it possible to exhibit paintings freely anywhere with magnets. This wall will also reflect the surrounding light and scenery and will change over while overlapping with the painting.

LB8 restaurant by GLOBAL-DINING INC., Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2016

LB8 restaurant by GLOBAL-DINING INC., Tokyo – Japan

Nikelab Ma5 store by Nike and Arthur Huang, Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2016


Officially baptized Nikelab Ma5, it features an interior design that adapts well to the spatial dynamics of the former swimming pool, using sustainable materials, adaptable furnishings and various local integrations.

Monsoon Cafe by GLOBAL-DINING INC., Tokyo – Japan

November 30th, 2016

Monsoon Cafe by GLOBAL-DINING INC., Tokyo – Japan

Shinagawa Highball Bar by DESIGN STUDIO CROW, Tokyo – Japan

November 23rd, 2016

From the rounded entrance the bustling atmosphere of interior can spill out onto the street. The L-shaped highball serving counter and whiskey bottle display takes inspiration from street stalls.

Swissotel Nankai hotel by DESIGN STUDIO CROW, Osaka – Japan

November 22nd, 2016

The entrance to each room is enveloped in wood and light, warmly welcoming the guests. The executive and suite rooms make extensive use of bent wood for counters and furniture which draw inspiration from the high level woodcraft technology of Switzerland.

GREGORY HARAJYUKU store by space co, Tokyo – Japan

November 12th, 2016

GREGORY is a backpack specialty brand. Symbol for people who love mountains and respect them. It seems like a fold of trees (= layer) with ridgelines of distant mountains emerging in the bustle of the city.

Blue Bottle Coffee NAKAMEGURO Cafe by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

November 7th, 2016

Horizontal pivot windows installed on the front glass façade help defining the boundary between the interior and the surrounding environment, while establishing a visual relationship of “see and be seen” so that people become aware of each other’s presence wherever they are in the space.