Posts Tagged ‘tokyo’

Manolo Blahnik store by Nick Leith-Smith, Tokyo – Japan

October 17th, 2016

The focal element is an impressive installation, typical of timber and bamboo scaffold structures but realized here in crisscrossed folded wooden slats. Interlacing they connect walls and
ceilings, imperceptibly supporting shelves and acting as hangers.

Unplan hostel by Aida Atelier, Tokyo – Japan

October 15th, 2016

The lodgings build on Japan’s renowned capsule hotel concept, featuring modern dorm rooms with 68 beds, one family room with two bunk beds, in addition to two private rooms with a balcony.

Descente Blanc store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 15th, 2016

Schemata Architects aimed to highlight and subvert the original use of a stock room, by presenting this otherwise hidden “service process” as the defining feature and point of interaction between product, customer and worker.

Blue Bottle Coffee Roppoingi by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 10th, 2016

Main interior finish material is basswood plywood, and the entire walls are composed of regular repetition of wall cabinets with doors, while the strict regularity is moderated by inserting irregular grids of frames encasing several doors.

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.

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

September 26th, 2016

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

Nakayama sushi restaurant by TO Inc., Tokyo – Japan

September 21st, 2016

Nakayama sushi restaurant by TO Inc., Tokyo – Japan

JINS Ageo Shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

September 19th, 2016

New interior walls are offset from the original wall lines, finished with brick tiles usually used for exterior finishes; shelves and display furniture are designed as independent elements detached from the building.

Tokyo 23 store by Kinetics, Tokyo – Japan

September 8th, 2016

The retail space has a setting that’s loosely inspired by a basketball court, featuring timber flooring replete with markings, an expansive shelving system laden with sneakers, and an opposite wall lined with a clothing rack full of related apparel pieces.

Adaptable hanger system by Schemata Architects and Keisuke Hatakenaka Architects Studio, Tokyo – Japan

September 3rd, 2016

The minimal space is characterized by the extra large windows punctuating the concrete façade, allowing people walking by to gaze in and see the selection of garments on display.

Ambush workshop by Wonderwall, Tokyo – Japan

September 3rd, 2016

Since its inception in 2008, Ambush has gone from strength to strength, appealing to fashion forward circles across the planet. The jewellery brand is now expanding operations with the highly anticipated launch of Ambush workshop, its very first store just off boutique-lined cat street in Tokyo’s buzzing Shibuya shopping district.

RICCA bar by Roito, Tokyo – Japan

August 23rd, 2016

Guests can see various colors and reflected lights because of the feature of the hologram sheets and they appear to be fluttering flowers. I added half-transparent red color film on the resin objects to create a more bewitching atmosphere in the lounge area.

L’IGNIS wood burning grill restaurant by GLOBAL-DINING, Tokyo – Japan

August 18th, 2016

Although we balanced the open kitchen with the enough numbers of seats and spaces, it made less space for other objects, fixture, and displays. In order to solve this problem, we adopted a three-dimensional structure, making use of the high ceiling height.

Vin Sante + N House by Shigeru Ban Architects, Tokyo – Japan

August 3rd, 2016

At ground level, Shigeru Ban has used paper tubes to bring a sense of warmth and hospitality to the restaurant, complementing the surrounding wooden structure.

TAKAMI BRIDAL by acca Inc., Tokyo – Japan

July 27th, 2016

Nestled there just in time in the city has been refined of perching or of such appearance, Dress room that can be seen through the glass. The space configuration to feel the formality that is configured to symmetry.

World of Illusion underground passageway by Naruse Inokuma Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 22nd, 2016

The Tokyo-based studio decided to install a combination of lighting and mirrors to create a dramatic atmosphere. The mirrors are placed in strategic locations to reflect the surrounding stores and influence a sense of spaciously and vivacity in the narrow underground passage.

Julien David store by Ciguë, Tokyo – Japan

July 11th, 2016

Julien David store by Ciguë, Tokyo – Japan

Louis Vuitton pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

July 8th, 2016

The Louis Vuitton pop-up store is situated on the ground floor of the men’s building, and features a setting that blends the luxury brand’s shimmer and shine with subtle underground elements that reference Fujiwara’s very own pop-up store The Park-ing Ginza.

Afternoon Tea LIVING by HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

July 5th, 2016

The repetition of the arch-shaped frames on the wide stretching wall at the back adds rhythm to the space while the use of different materials and adoption of varying forms attract visitors attention.

Aesop store at Newoman by Torafu Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 5th, 2016

Two pillars, incorporating shelving, are situated on one side of the unit, while a lower and elongated cabinet marks the opposite perimetre. A unit with sink protrudes from one pillar, and a detached sales counter is placed in the middle.