Posts Tagged ‘tokyo’

Light Cave bar by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

September 18th, 2014

Glimmering fragments of light adorn the area next to the entrance—like shards of ice or crystal—lending the space a serene atmosphere reminiscent of light on a cool winter day.

Lines installation at Diesel Art Gallery by Chikara Ohno, Tokyo – Japan

September 12th, 2014

The concept of the showcase is based on a variety of outlines, each one tracing a small space that isn’t referring to a room but instead is more of an extension of the furniture itself.

Stellate Shinjuku hotel by Design office Dress, Tokyo – Japan

September 2nd, 2014

The new Facade became the landmark of the area, and Each 20 rooms are carefully designed with different design elements (none of the rooms are the same). That makes hotel look unique. On the other hand, the Use of B&W original check pattern throughout the hotel as the mark of Stellate makes visitors feel the sense of unity.

Vintage clothing store by Studio 201, Tokyo – Japan

August 27th, 2014

This plan is for the interior of a vintage clothing store along the Cat Street on the outer neighborhoods of Harajuku. The characteristic of this location is the staircase that looks good from the street despite being an underground store.

Above Grill & Bar by SWANS I.D., Tokyo – Japan

August 26th, 2014

Above Grill & Bar by SWANS I.D., Tokyo – Japan

Todd Snyder store in Tokyo – Japan

August 18th, 2014

Things are going well for new york-based menswear designer todd snyder. Previously honing his skills at both Ralph Lauren and J.Crew, he decided to launch his own brand in 2011. After opening up shop in Nolita, he has followed up a previous pop-store by boldly planting a flag in Tokyo’s boutique-infested Shibuya neighbourhood.

Yelo Kaki-Gori shop by BaNANA OFFICE, Tokyo – Japan

August 10th, 2014

The client had a strong passion for creating new and quality shaved ice, and wished to apply that mind also in interior design, using emotional red color and comfortable wood material. As a main component of the shop design, how to use this vivid color was the key.

visvim flagship store and little cloud coffee, Tokyo – Japan

August 9th, 2014

Retail aside, the flagship also launched an in-shop cafe called little cloud coffee — a unique space which continues the brand’s quirky aesthetics. Check out the images above for a closer look at the shop’s interior and a glimpse at visvim’s current collection.

Doutor Coffee Shop by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

July 28th, 2014

To make the most of its lighting effect, a part of wall was composed of tiles with irregular surface to reflect them. For the wood material, rosewood was chosen for the high grade image and comfortable atmosphere.

Successful Living from Diesel exhibit by Kimihiko Okada, Tokyo – Japan

July 21st, 2014

A room that consists of layers of various window. It is a proposal for the store that suggest a new life style, inspired by the Diesel rock spirit of Diesel Home Collection. Function of a window is to expose to the outside world and to enable one to overlook the outside scenery.

Azabu yasaigashi shop by fan Inc, Tokyo – Japan

July 16th, 2014

Azabu yasaigashi shop by fan Inc, Tokyo – Japan

Kayanoya shop by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo – Japan

July 13th, 2014

Koji Buta is a special wooden tray when making Koji for shoyu, and its design is highly functional and sophisticated. We wanted to bring in an impact that these powerful utensils suddenly emerge in the town of Nihonbashi, Tokyo.

GALA BRIDAL jewelry by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

July 4th, 2014

As the whole service was done individually, several booths without the feeling of closeout were set with the partition of fringe curtain, and this ornament and the indirect light from the ceiling created the space showing soft and gentle curve.

Tokyo Internationl Beauty Clinic by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

July 4th, 2014

The shape of the space is, in accordance with the building, oval. All walls were curved and hide the directivity to lead visitors next space with some feeling of expectation. Taking advantage of this curved walls, some arts and accents, such as miniature of Japanese style garden, were put in niche of walls.

BEYOND THE TIME shop by Ichiro Nishiwaki & Junichi Ogawa, Tokyo – Japan

July 3rd, 2014

Finishing most of the floor inside of the shop with mortar and waxing its surface considering coating so it looks more like a wooden floor, it represents the graphical feeling. Also, a long hair shaggy carpet around the fitting room gives even higher quality feeling. This is a shop more like an stage art salon, unlike any other vintage shops.

TRi TERASU showroom & office by LADAKH DESIGN ASSOCIATES, Tokyo – Japan

June 23rd, 2014

At the entrance lobby, the ceiling chandelier automatically lights up gradually as drawing ripples of light from the edge to the centre, when the sensor is tripped by the visitors movement.

Shodai restaurant by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

June 14th, 2014

The second floor is designed to have a combination of bench seats and movable tables; the cylindrical vault for the ceiling; and for lighting a series of indirect light and spot light, aiming at each of the table tops; these features of the design strengthen a sense of depth.

Pixiv office by teamLab Architect, Tokyo – Japan

June 13th, 2014

The walls of the entryway are composed of 3,000 ema placards. Pixiv’s mission is to make it so that anyone can enjoy the fun of drawing—so anyone who visits the office can make their own picture, and the design of the entryway allows those pictures to be easily displayed in the office.

Kamism showroom design by Ichiro Nishiwaki, Tokyo – Japan

June 12th, 2014

The showroom was required to show traditional Japanese material in a totally new way.

EVANCE luxury watch shop by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

June 7th, 2014

Usually, the luxury watch shop is designed gorgeously, but, for this well-known “EVANCE”, not to show the shop “too expensive”, being simple and visibility of watches were indispensable design points.