A banner in springlike light pink surrounds the artwork lifting it from the background. The flower motif as cutout and window sticker emphasizes the features on two levels.
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The clients wanted an interactive space for both dogs and dog owners. Plenty of clear space was left for the pets to roam free, so display was delegated to the walls. Curved, colorful, contemporary shelves line the perimeter walls. A mini agility course was created below for the dogs to experience different textures and surfaces, using fake grass, pebbles, a ramp, and tunnel.
Influenced by the organic patterns found in plants, Kengo Kuma has created this shop and café in Tokyo for fashion designer Lucien Pellat-Finet. In his design, Kuma uses a honeycomb structure comprised of Lauan-made plywood to envelope the space. This three-dimensional structure ingeniously serves as the retail display system used throughout the shop; with the natural warmth of wood complementing a fashion line notorious for its assemblage of iconic cashmere sweaters.
Propaganda Hair Group rethinks salon in terms of functionality and aesthetic. To compliment his brand, the client envisioned a loft-like environment with an open plan, minimal furnishings, and wood and concrete textures. The overall design, using the warmth of wood and the industrial feel of concrete, focuses on ways to differentiate program within a single space while still offering an open atmosphere. Careful attention was given to day-to-day operations of the salon so that design details could complement function and eliminate the supplemental furnishings that tend to clutter salons.