Presented for the exhibition ‘space in ginza’ at METoA in Tokyu Plaza Ginza, Moureaux’s ‘I am here’ comprises the silhouettes of 18,000 women in 100 different colors. These paper pieces express the non-stop flow of pedestrians that occupy the bustling district of Japan.
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Inside, a bold rainbow of blue, green, yellow and purple provides a backdrop of the three-dimensional racetrack. Creatures, such as bears, rhinos, camels and even dinosaurs are waiting for the race to start. Whilst taking part in the game, the silhouettes of these animals also house the ticket booths throughout the lobby.
Benedetta Tagliabue’s design for Camper’s first American location – in Washington D.C. – has created a shop that should entice kids and adults alike. The inspiration for the store, her third after Sevilla and Barcelona, is diverse, citing fun house mirrors that distort your reflection, the rugged surfaces on a long walk, and the creation of the shoe itself.
The grand opening of the first Louis Vuitton Maison in Shanghai at Plaza 66 will be the 16th Maison worldwide and will further bring together the style and elegance of Louis Vuitton under one roof. Specially designed by architect Peter Marino, new design elements and custom- made furniture has been combined to create a unique and innovative Louis Vuitton experience.
Israeli designer Yigal Azrouël launched his playfully edgy women’s clothing label Cut25 in 2010, building on the success of his well-established eponymous line. Dror developed the store’s 1,400-square-foot Soho space, which features an angular, geometric installation that plays off of the collection’s varied textures and body-conscious silhouettes.
The reusable and recyclable pop-up-store receives the prize in the category corporate architecture. The mobile hair temple was being built for four weeks on Düsseldorf’s Königsallee, on occasion of the European Song Contest in Düsseldorf in May 2011. The concept sketch by Karl Lagerfeld therefore was architecturally planned and realized by HPP Architects.
Alphamesh ring mesh is a creative concept. Alphamesh ring mesh is a new material for architecture and interior design. Alphamesh applications from formative façade elements to store construction and the design of trade fair stands. Furniture designers as well as freelance artists also work with alphamesh. Alphamesh is equally versatile indoors and outdoors. Architects, planners and designers make use of the creative potential of the transparent formative ring mesh for individual plans in perfect harmony with the imposed task.